THE PRESIDENCY: A Matter of Opinion

Last week the Senate Internal Security Subcommittee asked General Mark Clark for his opinion on the cold war. Said Clark: Russia should be ejected from the U.N. and diplomatic relations with the U.S.S.R. should be broken off. Next day, reporters at President Eisenhower's press conference asked him if he agreed. Clark, said the President, is an intimate personal friend of more than 40 years and an extremely capable soldier. But his views are by no means the views of Ike's Administration. He is quite certain, Ike said, that the U.N. must be retained as a world forum. The task...

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