The President of the U.S. always wears many hats, but last week he seemed to be changing them with more speed than ever. He was, in turn:
1) COMMANDER IN CHIEF in his 2,400-mile trip, reviewing the servicemen who stood at the ready in the week of the Cuban crisis.
2) CRISIS NEGOTIATOR in his meeting with Russia's Mikoyan.
3) COLD-WAR STRATEGIST, presiding over a meeting of the Executive Committee of the National Security Council to discuss the U.S.'s next moves in Cuba.
4) LABOR EXPERT, reluctantly invoking the Taft-Hartley Act in the Lockheed Aircraft Corp. strike (see U.S. BUSINESS ).
5) CITY PLANNER, issuing...