"Right on the Line"
"Magnificent!" cried Minnesota's religiously Democratic Senator Hubert Humphreyreferring without qualification to the inaugural speech just delivered by a President of the opposite political faith. Humphrey was not alone in his estimation of Dwight Eisenhower's speech (TIME, Jan. 28); rarely before in U.S. political history had the ideals and ideas of one man struck so responsive a chord among politicians, pundits and just plain people of generally divergent opinions.
Democratic and Republican Congressmen alike joined in the chorus of praise for the President's dedication to "the building...