National Affairs: IKE'S CABINET

Ten Men for the Second Term

"Will there be any changes in your Cabinet?" a reporter asked President Eisenhower at his press conference last week. "Not now," said Ike, comfortably aware that he had prevailed on all ten of his tested Cabinet members to stick with him as he starts his second term. An inaugural appraisal of their duties, achievements and deficiencies:

Ezra Taft Benson, 57, Secretary of Agriculture, is still hard at the politically hazardous job of convincing the less prosperous but vote-conscious U.S. farmers that they and the economy will be better...

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