OPINION: A Conspicuous Success

Columnists Joseph and Stewart Alsop, generally faithful supporters of the Fair Deals, have measured in small doses their praise for the record of Dwight Eisenhower as President. Last week the Broth ers Alsop gave a new estimate of the Eisenhower Administration.

"A long time has passed," they wrote, "since an American President has seriously asked the Congress to enact a serious and comprehensive program of legislation." With that, they gave the back of their column's hand to an old friend. "The programs of Harry S. Truman were mainly intended, after all, not to be enacted into law, but to...

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