J. R. E.; E. J. H.
The principal nutrients of the annals are the manuscripts that flow into the editorial office. To judge by the record, the ANNALS is in no danger of starvation. For the calendar year just completed—1964—the total number of manuscripts received (as extrapolated at the time of writing) will have risen to a figure in excess of 700. How do we, the editors, choose, in fact, from this multitude of papers the 200 or more articles that we publish each year? The answer lies in men—the good men and true—our colleagues on the Editorial Board and the many other editorial consultants across
J. R. E., E. J. H.. Men and Manuscripts. Ann Intern Med. 1965;62:165–166. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-62-1-165
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