Business & Finance: Inflation Letters

Plucked from every Monday morning's mail on some 20,000 U. S. desks is the Kiplinger Washington Letter, a shrewd, crackling appraisal of current news. It is not, as many suppose, a digest of Capital gossip or confidential "inside stuff." Published and edited by a onetime Associated Press Washington correspondent, the weekly Kiplinger letter is a service for subscribers who are "pretty well fed up on facts. They want evaluation, so that facts fit together and mean something."

Editor Willard Monroe Kiplinger and staff strip the headlines from news, give it perspective, take the...

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