National Affairs: The Liberal Program

Between potshots at each other, the Democratic Advisory Council's 31 members found time during their long weekend in Manhattan to fire off a formal 22-point salvo at the Eisenhower Administration. "The Republican Party is unworthy to continue to exercise the power of national government," preambles the D.A.C.'s pile of campaign planks. It lays down a hard line against President Eisenhower's personal peace campaign ("Good-will tours are an inadequate substitute for solid policies"), attacks Administration defense policy ("The Republicans believe money to be more important than military security"), calls for a full-speed drive...

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