The Press: Fearless Forecasting

U.S. News & World Report last week peered into the future, took an adventurous plunge into the obvious. Items:

¶"The year 1961 will be one of change —change of many kinds at home and abroad."

¶ "Eisenhower will give way to Kennedy in the White House as the most important change of all. With this change will come a change in direction of U.S. policies."

¶ "Johnson will be No. 2 man instead of Nixon. Rusk will speak for U.S. in foreign affairs instead of Herter; Dillon will be in charge of finances instead of Anderson. The whole command will change."...

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