THE PRESIDENCY: White House Reoccupled

Critical problems were piling up, urgent questions waited for answers, but Dwight Eisenhower was calmly readjusting himself to life in the White House. At measured pace, he proceeded through a week which ranged from reviewing the nation's defense needs to enjoying his grandchildren.

Back from vacation (and a speechmaking trip in Massachusetts), Ike dropped in on the organizational meeting of his Commission on Foreign Economic Policy. A way must be found, he told the group, to "develop new markets for our great productive power and at the same time assist other nations...

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