REPUBLICANS: If He Feels He's Able

In Washington one night last week, Republican National Chairman Leonard Hall summoned a cluster of advisers to an urgent conference. Chairman Hall was going to see the President of the U.S. the next day, and he knew that what he said after their meeting would be subjected to microscopic analysis around the world. Hall did not expect to get a commitment about Dwight Eisenhower's political intentions, but he wanted to come out of the President's office with word that would help to maintain the suspense until the time comes for "Yes" or "No." After...

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