THE NATION: Renewal of Leadership

During President Eisenhower's long absence from the White House, the U.S. posture before the world slumped. When situations arose in which no one but the President could speak effectively for the U.S., he was not there to speak. After Dwight Eisenhower finally returned to the full role of the presidency, there was an immediate change.

By last week the Eisenhower leadership was again being felt around the world. Items:

¶ Dramatically demonstrating U.S. willingness to share its assets with other nations, the President, before he returned to Washington, had released $1 billion worth of uranium 235 for peaceful production of atomic...

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