THE PRESIDENCY: For Second-Termers

Reporter Sarah McClendon of the Camden (N.J.) Courier-Post and a mixed bagful of other newspapers had a special press-conference question for President Eisenhower. "It looked for a while as if Congress might wag the White House," she said, "but now it looks as if you have the power . . . to work your will on Congress. It also looks as if you were winning the propaganda war, sort of, between the Democrats and the Republicans. Would you give us some idea of how, what system you employed to do this?"

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