A Letter From The Publisher: Aug. 30, 1963

WEEK in and week out, our correspondents see a lot of history being made; and having filed their stories to TIME, they are apt to continue thinking about their subject. Many of their choicest anecdotes, their best quotes and their ideas on the subject will have appeared in the magazine, but they also know that a cumulative survey of the events they have lived with and reflected upon will have its own special appeal. And so these trained observers, on their own time or on leave of absence, sit down to write correspondents' books, those valuable first steps into history.

Two such...

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