Some White House callers have said privately that Ike is determined not to run for a second term. Last week such reports gained momentum when Ike told newsmen that the Bricker amendment would not affect his Administration, since it could not be adopted in the next three years. The statement caused concern among some Republican leaders, who think that the 1956 campaign will be waged on the Eisenhower record, and that the best candidate for that platform will be Dwight Eisenhower.


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