Barred by the 22nd Amendment from a third term, Dwight Eisenhower is keenly mindful that, whatever pleasant or unpleasant surprises may lie ahead of him in 1960, one element of the future is certain: in January 1961, another man will be inaugurated as President of the U.S. That certainty was much on the President's mind last week. Said he, in a brief speech to an Advertising Council meeting in Washington, a yearly rite: "I find now, as some eight years ago I was doing things for the first time. I am doing them now for the final time. As President,...

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