A Letter From The Publisher, Dec. 29, 1958

ONE of the annual features of TIME'S news coverage is the Year-End Review, in which the editors scan the U.S. economy for the year just past, and present a forecast for the year ahead. Over the last decade nothing has loomed larger in the financial news than Wall Street's bull, long a symbol of a rising stock market. But to TIME'S editors the bull does not mean Wall Street alone. He is also a symbol of the power of the U.S. economy. In the past ten years TIME'S readers have seen five bulls on the cover—three with midyear stories on the...

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