IKE & THE BUSINESSMAN: The New Opposition to the Administration


WHEN the 1952 election was over," said U.S. Chamber of Commerce President John S. Coleman, "many of us told ourselves that we now had a business-minded Administration and a business-minded Congress in Washington. It seemed like a good time to take a rest. But what happened?" Last week in Detroit a "legislative clinic" under Coleman's direction wound up a twelve-city tour designed to convince U.S. businessmen that what happened decidedly does not call for a rest. Disappointed by the Eisenhower Administration's big budget and its failure to cut corporate...

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