THE NATION: The Same Ike

The New York Times Sunday Magazine section carried a glowing analysis called "The 'New Look' of the President." In London, Lord Beaverbrook's Daily Express took up the cry: "Call him a new Ike. For there's no doubt about it. Dwight D. Eisenhower is a changed man today." To the studious newspaper reader and radio listener, it seemed that everybody and everybody's brother, aunt, cousin and cook were prattling happily about the New Eisenhower. It was an odd business because, in point of obvious fact, the New Eisenhower had been around for quite a while—and his presence was apparent over...

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