REPUBLICANS: Trouble in the Family

President Eisenhower's grim determination to get a balanced budget has resulted in the most serious split in his official family in the six years of his administration. Aligned with the President: Treasury Secretary Robert Anderson and Budget Director Maurice Stans, who believe that a balanced budget is simply an act of fiscal good faith; Commerce Secretary Lewis Strauss and Postmaster General Arthur Summerfield, who accept the results as a symbol of good management and proper Republican conservatism. Aligned against the President: Labor Secretary James Mitchell, Attorney General William Rogers, and to a lesser degree, Interior Secretary Fred Seaton and...

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