THE PRESIDENCY: Don't You Fellows Forget

After a sunny, month-long golf vacation in Newport, R.I., Dwight Eisenhower returned to Washington in a down-to-business, where's-everybody-else-been mood. To Republican congressional leaders gathered at the White House, he made it bouncily clear that he intends to push hard for his own program and fight hard against unwelcome Democratic programs. "Dammit," he said, "don't you fellows forget that I'm going to be around for quite some time yet."

He was in a combat-ready mood, too, at his first press conference in four weeks, firmly got off his answers on a lot of subjects....

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