THE PRESIDENCY: Life with Father

The head of an average American household is beset, from breakfast to bedtime, by a multitude of problems. He is expected to cope with everything from mortgages and merit badges to carburetors and kittens. The President of the U.S., as head of a family of 162 million and a leading figure in the neighborhood of nations, has similar headaches, multiplied a millionfold. Last week, at a lengthy cleanup press conference before he leaves for a Denver vacation. President Eisenhower let the White House reporters in on a few of the staggering problems that currently preoccupy him.

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