THE NATION: Promising Performance

Out of Paris' Palais de Chaillot and around the world went the reassuring picture of an American leader at work. While there were wide differences in interpretation of what the NATO conference was doing and what it did, there was general agreement that Dwight Eisenhower had turned out to be, in both symbol and deed, the key man of the conference. To all appearances he had once more fought his way back to good health, was once more determined to push to the limit his great talents for leadership. He was, in short, the Ike that Europe remembered.

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