A Letter From The Publisher, Jan. 20, 1975

For every issue of TIME, our correspondents and reporter-researchers conduct scores of interviews. The results, carefully selected, appear in many stories as lengthy quotations or brief flashes of information, opinion and analysis. But at times we believe in presenting interviews at greater length, to convey not only information but the quality and style of a personality. This week's issue contains an unusual assortment of such interviews. Two of them are with the President and the Vice President. Visiting Gerald Ford in the Oval Office for a question-and-answer session last week were TIME'S Managing Editor Henry Grunwald, Chief of Correspondents Murray Gart,...

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