THE PRESIDENCY: The World & Georgia

In the warm air of southern Georgia, a pair of English setters dubbed Art and George stretched their legs after a ride down from Gettysburg, Pa., and sniffed curiously at the Southland smells. In Washington, clearing his desk in anticipation of two weeks of quail hunting, golf and bridge, the setters' master sniffed now and again in anticipation of a vacation in the same Southland. But whenever Dwight Eisenhower wandered, he was quickly pulled back from Georgia to global strategies. For the mood of Washington last week was wrapped around world affairs. At Ike's press conference, correspondents, subject to the...

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