"What a life!" murmured one of a group of officers of the International Chamber of Commerce. He was commenting not on the pressures of his job, but on those of the President of the U.S., who last week dropped by the I.C.C.'s meeting at Washington's Sheraton-Park Hotel. President Eisenhower, just returned from a 15-day golfing vacation at Augusta, shook his head, cracked: "After two days home, I'm about ready to go back."

But the President scarcely had time to sing a second chorus of postvacation blues: he was too busy. Though he ducked...

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