THE CAMPAIGN IS BORN

NEW YORK TIMES:

FOR the first time in half a century the Republican party has had an opportunity—and has accepted it—to renominate for a second term a President who has led his party forward toward new goals. The significant fact about President Eisenhower's nomination in 1952 was that it marked at least temporarily the ascendancy of the liberal wing of the Republican party. His influence has been thrown consistently on the side of a basic reform of the principles of Republican philosophy. He has sought, and with some success, to lead his party toward...

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