THE PRESIDENCY: War, Peace & Change

President Eisenhower journeyed to Philadelphia last week on a mission: to reassert his belief that the Big Four conference at Geneva was merely a first step toward peace, offering little more than a friendlier international climate in which diplomats can begin work on the actual problems of the cold war. It was the President's intent to warn the U.S. and its allies against premature relaxation of the posture of strength that made the "Spirit of Geneva" possible in the first place.

Speaking to the American Bar Association, the President said: "We must...

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