OPINION: Europe on the Campaign

"You don't really mean you're still for Eisenhower," a young British writer said to a U.S. correspondent last week at a London cocktail party. "My God, seriously, old boy, I must convince you."

The remark summarized the feelings of the Western European press on the U.S. campaign. Last July, the victor over Hitler and the boss of SHAPE was the unquestioned favorite. By last week, if Ike had to run in Europe, he would lose hands down—at least in the press.

This is particularly true in Britain, where Adlai Stevenson has made a tremendous hit....

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