THE WHITE HOUSE: Authentic Voice

THE WHITE HOUSE Authentic Voice (See Cover)

James Campbell Hagerty left his pale green office, walked 30 brisk steps down the hall, opened a door and took seven more paces to the desk of the President of the U.S. He had a case to make: Dwight Eisenhower had not held a news conference in eleven weeks, and White House Press Secretary Jim Hagerty knew that it was past time for another session of the great give-and-take.

In those eleven weeks President Eisenhower had suffered a stroke, recovered, gone to the NATO conference, joined...

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