DEMOCRATS: Change of Course

Congressional Democrats had been aching for months to get back home and start pelting the Eisenhower Administration with a juicy collection of overripe campaign fruit: the "Eisenhower Recession," the "Pentagon Mess" that saw the U.S. lag behind Russia in technological progress, the "Vicuna Coat Case" involving White House Staff Chief Sherman Adams and influence-buying Boston Millionaire Bernard Goldfine. But last week, about ready to head for the hustings, Capitol Hill Democrats were dismayed to find that the rush of world events had drastically cut into their ammunition supply. Items:

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