The candidate himself called his pace "intensive." In his Denver hotel headquarters, Eisenhower was getting a tremendous load of work done. Each day he worked steadily from 8 a.m. to noon, then held open house for an hour for practically anyone who wanted to see him, then continued his briefing sessions with advisers on through the evening. The round of policy conferences was relentless. Among the week's visitors:

John Foster Dulles, foreign policy; Illinois Representative Leslie Arends, Kansas Representative Clifford Hope and Milton Eisenhower, farm policy; Idaho Governor Leonard Jordan, development of resources; a delegation of Illinois Republicans headed by...

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