The Press: Interview in Libertyville

On the floor of the U.S. Senate last week, the Republican minority leader rose in partisan wrath. "Well-placed, well-timed torpedo!" cried Illinois' Senator Everett Dirksen, hotly declaring that Democrat Adlai E. Stevenson had helped Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev wreck the summit conference by presenting Khrushchev with the thought that he could ignore Ike and deal better with the next U.S. President.

The excitement was caused by a story printed by Paris-Presse-L'Intransigeant on the same day that Khrushchev arrived in Paris for the conference. In an interview with French Reporter Robert Boulay, who talked to Stevenson last April 16 at Libertyville, 111., Stevenson...

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