From The Publisher: Sep 24 1990

For most reporters, no assignment is more fascinating than covering the White House. But for TIME Washington contributing editor Hugh Sidey, who has chronicled the thoughts of U.S. Presidents in his column "The Presidency" and has covered every national election since 1960, an equally exciting dateline is Small Town America. Beginning this week, Sidey will rove more often through his favorite byways. In addition to his White House column, he will contribute dispatches from around the country under the rubric "Hugh Sidey's America." Says he: "I will go exploring in the open spaces that lie between the great urban centers, trying...

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