People, Jun. 25, 1956

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Continuing his galloping gander at Europe, tireless Tourist Harry Truman returned to France and Gay Paree, where he made a brief speech on the stresses of the U.S. presidency, indicating that a young man should occupy the White House. How young is young? Truman did not say, except to reaffirm that he, at 72, knows his own "running-for-office days are over." Two days later, in Brussels, he made it clear that he considers Dwight D. Eisenhower young enough at 65 to run for reelection. Asked...

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