National Affairs: Sorrowful Brother

The Ike boom carried no feeling of fraternal jubilee to the general's older brother,* Edgar Eisenhower, a Tacoma lawyer. Said Edgar last week: "I'm sincerely opposed to Dwight's running. I question whether Christ himself could do the job that has to be done. People are looking for miracles, and I'd hate to see Dwight get in a wringer. He could swing his arms and thrash the water, but if Congress wasn't with him, then he'd be sunk ... I don't want him crucified. I'm sorry the country feels that there's only one man among all the citizenry who can . restore...

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