National Affairs: What & How Much?

When he had finished talking foreign policy with congressional leaders last week, President Eisenhower turned to a domestic topic that is very much on his mind. Said he: "Inflation is a great hazard. There will be pressures on you in Congress to increase spending. Congress must resist this trend. It is up to Congress to hold the line just as it is our responsibility here."

One day earlier the President had met with Republican leaders, paraded his Cabinet before them for a preview of requests to come. Health, Education and Welfare's Marion Folsom sought...

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