DEMOCRATS: Target: Ike

From the moment Adlai Stevenson stepped off the plane at the Miami airport last week, the politicos attending the Southern Democratic Conference began to eye him carefully. They noted that he never missed a chance to handshake his way through a crowd, or to greet a potential party fatcat. And they were convinced, as Stevenson delivered the conference's major speech at a $100-a-plate dinner, that they were listening to a candidate for 1956 who was getting ready to run on a strong anti-Eisenhower platform.

"This has been a fateful week in the history of American Government," said Stevenson. "We are...

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