REPUBLICANS: Walking the Tightrope

Meeting behind closed doors last week with Republican congressional leaders, President Eisenhower named no names, wagged no finger in individual faces, but made his point hard and strong. Republican talk of an antirecession tax cut, he said, is premature and dangerous. Those who were taking the tax-cut line were unable to say "where we're going to get the money" to run the Government. As he spoke, his guests stole embarrassed glances at a man whose blush was rising out of his collar: Vice President Richard Nixon, who just the day before had...

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