A Letter From The Publisher: Nov. 7, 1983

There are times when events break out of the boundaries of space we usually devote to the cover story, or when a concatenation of news creates in effect more than one cover story. Both conditions applied last week as the U.S. military continued to take the toll of its losses in Lebanon and spearheaded an invasion of the Caribbean island of Grenada. To meet the challenge of covering and explaining these stories half a world apart, the editors devised a special section that, at 31 pages, is the equivalent of four normal cover stories. It reflects the efforts of 34 New...

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