A Letter From The Publisher, Jun. 5, 1972

IN a moment of reflection after a hard day at the Kremlin last week, Secretary of State Rogers remarked that summitry may soon become a routine event in diplomacy. In that event, the summit would become a news beat like Capitol Hill or city hall. Our troika of correspondents reporting from Moscow for this week's cover story would have no difficulty applying for the post.

¶Washington Bureau Chief Hugh Sidey has been trekking to the apex since John Kennedy's day. White House Correspondent Jerrold Hehecter, once our man in Moscow, shared the reporting...

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