National Affairs: Public Accounting

Last week Dwight Eisenhower gave the voters a statement about his income for the last ten years. Dwight and Mamie Eisenhower's joint ten-year income: $888,303.99—including $635,000 for all rights to his book Crusade in Europe. The Eisenhowers' ten-year fiscal federal tax: $217,082.71.

The four national candidates have now made public partial reports of their personal finances. None of the reports is complete.

Senator Nixon did not discuss his own tax returns or those of his wife.

Governor Stevenson did not disclose how much of his income came from the 25% interest he inherited in the...

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