THE NATION: Adams v. Adams

If there was one element of his crusade for the presidency that General Dwight Eisenhower felt more deeply than all the others, it was his personal determination to do what he could to preserve and increase public respect for the integrity of the White House. If there was one Eisenhower accomplishment that Democrats and Republicans could agree on, it was that a stern White House code—far tougher than the code of congressional politics that Harry Truman brought down the hill from the Senate—had erased the petty stains of mink coats, freezers and influence peddling. This week Presidential Assistant Sherman...

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