THE PRESIDENCY: Psychological Breakthrough

At Treasury Secretary George Humphrey's Georgia plantation Dwight Eisenhower went about his holiday exertions with the cheerful equanimity of a man who has already made his big decisions. On two successive days the President shot 18 holes of golf, and, although his game was not up to its pre-coronary level, his good humor remained unruffled. "You are going to hear a heck of a lot of laughter today," he told Glen Arven Country Club Pro Johnny Walter at the start of the first 18. "My doctor has given me orders that if I don't...

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