A Letter From The Publisher: Sep. 28, 1970

THIS year TIME correspondents ' once again are learning firsthand the physical and journalistic perils involved in covering war, insurgencies or riots—whether they be in Indochina, the Middle East or on a U.S. college campus. Last week showed that being on the scene of the fray can be as frustrating an experience as not being able to get there at all.

In war-torn Jordan, TIME Correspondents Roland Flamini and Gavin Scott carefully worked out a plan to assist each other and speed delivery of their dispatches to New York. They shook hands in Amman,...

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