The Press: Brouhaha in the Hagertorium

Right from the start, the British press had known in its heart of hearts that little solidly detailed news could be expected from President Eisenhower's private, informal talks with Prime Minister Macmillan. Touring Europe to sound out old allies on the eve of this month's visit from Russia's Khrushchev, Eisenhower was hardly likely to spread out his cards to please newsmen—and let the Russians count the pips. Even so, British newsmen built up tall hopes for high headlines. And when they were disappointed, they turned with fury on the handiest fall guy: Presidential...

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