From The Publisher: Jun. 8, 1992

EVERY JOURNALIST DREAMS OF WORKING ON THE BIG STOry. Here at TIME that means reporting or writing a cover story. By that measure, veteran writers George Church and Ed Magnuson have had enough dreams realized to last a lifetime -- even if they live long enough to receive birthday greetings from Willard Scott. For Church and Magnuson are the only men in the magazine's history to have written more than 100 cover stories each.

From the agony of the Vietnam War to the exhilarating fall of the Berlin Wall, a scrapbook of their work could serve as a comprehensive index to...

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