National Affairs: Between the Lines

In his years in the White House, Dwight Eisenhower has not only become a faithful daily newspaper reader (New York Times, New York Herald Tribune, Washington Post), but he has learned to read between the lines of inspired political stories as well. Thus, over the past few weeks, he began to feel that he was being pressured by inspired "leaks" about the future of Charles E. Bohlen, bright star State Department careerman of the Roosevelt and Truman administrations, longtime (1953-57) Ambassador to Russia, and since 1957 U.S. Ambassador to the Philippines. His friends let out word that Bohlen would soon come...

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