THE ADMINISTRATION: In Search of Policies

President Eisenhower's program of creating study commissions has already been denounced by Democrats as "Government by postponement," but the real value of the commission approach will depend upon the wisdom and dispatch the commissions show in carrying out their job. Last week the four principal commissions set up so far were just getting started on studies of key Government problems. The four:

Commission on Intergovernmental Relations. Chairman: Clarence E. Manion, 57, ex-dean of Notre Dame University's law school. The 25 members include five Senators, five Representatives, four state governors. At the White House last week, President Eisenhower witnessed the commission's swearing-in....

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