A Letter From The Publisher: may 25, 1970

WHEN I commented to Virginia Johnson last week on what a harmonious project this had turned out to be, she said, 'Well of course it's the subject that does it.' " The subject was human sexual behavior. And the project for BEHAVIOR Correspondent Ruth Mehrtens Galvin was interviewing Dr. William Howell Masters and his associate, Mrs. Virginia Johnson, the co-authors of Human Sexual Inadequacy, for this week's cover story.

Reporter Galvin's first meeting with the researchers involved dinner at the home of Mrs. Johnson —who long ago learned that restaurant eavesdroppers make dining-out...

Want the full story?

Subscribe Now


Learn more about the benefits of being a TIME subscriber

If you are already a subscriber sign up — registration is free!