THE PRESIDENCY: Hello, Everybody!

It was like a week plucked from the 1952 campaign. By train, plane, automobile, horse & buggy and afoot. Dwight Eisenhower went out among the people last week. Nearly a million Americans cheered him on his way. Scores of high-school bands tinkled and tootled and ruffled and flourished for him. In a frosty Pennsylvania stadium, he ate an alfresco box supper with 9,000 (see below). South of the border for one day, he offered a champagne toast to the President of Mexico. In New Orleans he took on a flaming sunburn, in Kansas City a stockman's Homburg. In Abilene...

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