The Press: Inside Story

Inside StoryUneasy rumbling stirred in the Washington press corps last week and soon echoed on Capitol Hill. The cause: to a single newsman—New York Herald Tribune Correspondent Robert J. (for John) Donovan—the White House had given months to pore over classified documents, minutes of staff and Cabinet meetings and even personal letters by the President. They added up to an intimate insight of the Eisenhower Administration's first three years in a 423-page volume, Eisenhower: The Inside Story (see NATIONAL AFFAIRS), which was on sale last week in Washington.

The Herald Tribune had run almost a fifth of the whole manuscript in daily...

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