National Affairs: The Case for Ike

Statesman John Foster Dulles, after a two-hour conference with the Republican nominees, more sharply than anyone else to date stated the heart of the case for Eisenhower and against Stevenson:

"Foreign policy is and must be a major issue in the campaign . . . The trend of present foreign policies is to put our nation in the greatest peril it has ever been in in the entire course of our national history. At the end of the second World War, Russia was a relatively weak and terribly devastated country. The United States had unprecedented power and prestige in the world. Since...

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