THE AMERICAS: Time to Rebuild

Once burned and now doubly shy. the U.S. State Department last week postponed the six-country* Central American fact-finding trip of Johns Hopkins University President Milton Eisenhower scheduled to start June 15. The State Department explained that "it has not been possible to schedule mutually convenient dates," but Presidential Press Secretary Jim Hagerty admitted to newsmen that Ike himself had taken a personal hand in delaying his brother's trip. Did the spit-and-stone attacks on Vice President Nixon in Lima and Caracas have anything to do with it? asked the reporters. "I have no...

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