THE PRESIDENCY: Mission Accomplished

From London to Paris to Scotland, President Eisenhower kept up the momentum and drive that had swept aside European doubts about U.S. leadership—and everywhere his ovation rolled on tumultuously. In London, tens of thousands lined his route to the American Memorial Chapel at St. Paul's Cathedral, waving, some shouting "We like Ike!" and "Welcome!" In Paris, the crowds were restrained behind the official pomp and glitter, but cries for "Eek" followed him everywhere. The Scots came for miles to cheer him, even though he had slipped into Prestwick Airport only for a...

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