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Gruber pointed out that stories in the middle might go many months before Tremaine read them; the result was erratic response times which sometimes stretched to over eighteen months.[18] Tremaine was promoted to assistant editorial director in 1937. His replacement as editor of Astounding (though not of Clues) was John W. Campbell, Jr.. Campbell had made his name in the early 1930s as a writer, publishing space opera under his own name, and more thoughtful stories under the pseudonym "Don A. Stuart". He started working for Street & Smith in October 1937, so his first editorial influence appeared in the issue dated December 1937. The March 1938 issue was the first that was fully his responsibility.[19][20] In early 1938, Street & Smith abandoned its policy of having editors-in-chief, with the result that Tremaine was made redundant. He left on May 1, 1938, reducing Street & Smith's oversight of Campbell and giving him a freer rein.[21] Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec 1940 24/5 24/6 25/1 25/2 25/3 25/4 25/5 25/6 26/1 26/2 26/3 26/4 1941 26/5 26/6 27/1 27/2 27/3 27/4 27/5 27/6 28/1 28/2 28/3 28/4 1942 28/5 28/6 29/1 29/2 29/3 29/4 29/5 29/6 30/1 30/2 30/3 30/4 1943 30/5 30/6 31/1 31/2 31/3 31/4 31/5 31/6 32/1 32/2 32/3 32/4 1944 32/5 32/6 33/1 33/2 33/3 33/4 33/5 33/6 34/1 34/2 34/3 34/4 1945 34/5 34/6 35/1 35/2 35/3 35/4 35/5 35/6 36/1 36/2 36/3 36/4 1946 36/5 36/6 37/1 37/2 37/3 37/4 37/5 37/6 38/1 38/2 38/3 38/4 1947 38/5 38/6 39/1 39/2 39/3 39/4 39/5 39/6 40/1 40/2 40/3 40/4 1948 40/5 40/6 41/1 41/2 41/3 41/4 41/5 41/6 42/1 42/2 42/3 42/4 1949 42/5 42/6 43/1 43/2 43/3 43/4 43/5 43/6 44/1 44/2 44/3 44/4 Issues of Astounding in the 1940s, showing volume and issue number. The editor was John W. Campbell throughout this decade. One of Campbell's first acts was to results were apparently satisfactory, and the price was raised with the November 1959 issue.[23] The following year Campbell finally achieved his goal of getting rid of the word "Astounding" in the magazine's title, changing it to Analog Science Fact/Science Fiction. The "/" in the title was often replaced by a symbol of Campbell's devising, resembling an inverted U pierced by a horizontal arrow and meaning "analogous to". The change began with the February 1960 issue, and was complete by October; for several issues both "Analog" and "Astounding" could be seen on the cover, with "Analog" becoming bolder and "Astounding" fading with each issue.[5][24] Second World War[edit] Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec 1950 44/5 44/6 45/1 45/2 45/3 45/4 45/5 45/6 46/1 46/2 46/3 46/4 1951 46/5 46/6 47/1 47/2 47/3 47/4 47/5 47/6 48/1 48/2 48/3 48/4 1952 48/5 48/6 49/1 49/2 49/3 49/4 49/5 49/6 50/1 50/2 50/3 50/4 1953 50/5 50/6 51/1 51/2 51/3 51/4 51/5 51/6 52/1 52/2 52/3 52/4 1954 52/5 52/6 53/1 53/2 53/3 53/4 53/5 53/6 54/1 54/2 54/3 54/4 1955 54/5 54/6 55/1 55/2 55/3 55/4 55/5 55/6 56/1 56/2 56/3 56/4 1956 56/5 56/6 57/1 57/2 57/3 57/4 57/5 57/6 58/1 58/2 58/3 58/4 1957 58/5 58/6 59/1 59/2 59/3 59/4 59/5 59/6 60/1 60/2 60/3 60/4 1958 60/5 60/6 61/1 61/2 61/3 61/4 61/5 61/6 62/1 62/2 62/3 62/4 1959 62/5 62/6 63/1 63/2 63/3 63/4 63/5 63/6 64/1 64/2 64/3 64/4 Issues of Astounding in the 1950s, showing volume and issue number. The editor was John W. Campbell throughout this decade. The o

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