THE ADMINISTRATION: Harold at the Door

For months the last holdout at the White House, President Eisenhower has at long last decided to dispense with the services of Perennial Politico Harold Stassen, the Administration's disarmament adviser, who stirred up a ruckus over Vice President Nixon's renomination in 1956, recently has undermined Secretary of State Dulles' disarmament policy by agitating for an agreement with Russia to end atomic tests. The details of Childe Harold's departure have not yet been decided, but he knows the route to the door.


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