A Letter From The Publisher: Mar. 1, 1968

AS the Viet Nam war grows bloodier, covering it becomes a more dangerous occupation for newsmen representing all media. Many correspondents are working under enemy fire—as ours were last week in the process of reporting for this issue's stories on the war. Bureau Chief William Rademaekers was based in combustible Saigon, as were Correspondents Don Sider, Peter Vanderwicken and John Cantwell. After covering the bitter fighting in Hué, Karsten Prager flew out to Danang to send his report.

Also in Hué early in the week was Correspondent David Greenway. Moving...

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