THE NATION: Big Noise from Chicago

From Chicago, U.S.A. came a turbulent uproar. In a year when pundits were talking about "the American consensus" and the "reign of moderation," the Democratic immoderates charged full tilt into the nominating arena and set up a clangor that all but drowned out the normal sounds of the nation. The planning for next week's Republican Convention seemed to fall off to a whisper. And even the extraordinary White House meeting of the President, the Secretary of State and congressional leaders on the Suez crisis (see Foreign Relations) took on some aspects of a sideshow because the top Democrats sandwiched...

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