Will President Eisenhower take the stump in the critical House and Senate election campaigns next year? The question, as it was popped early in the President's press conference last week, was charged with Washington's sensitivity to the new political currents. Ike's answer was imprecise in detail, but it wrapped up clearly, nonetheless, his own deep personal feelings about the presidency.

Said the President: he is deeply interested in what happens to the complexion of the Senate and of the House of Representatives. At the same time, he does not intend to make...

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