POLITICAL NOTES: Citizens for Eisenhower

Like most amateur political organizations, the Citizens for Eisenhower went into a rapid decline once its man was safely in the White House. Last week Administration political strategists persuaded James L. Murphy, 36-year-old San Francisco advertising executive, to take on the chairmanship of the all but defunct group. Murphy's mission: to get the Citizens for Eisenhower back to life and help win the 1954 congressional elections.


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