National Affairs: Yes & No

Has something happened to President Eisenhower during his second Administration that prevents his matching his earlier personal performance? In the sense of some sort of secret illness, the answer is no. As he had from his heart attack and his ileitis operation, the President made a remarkable recovery from his stroke last November; his doctors say that recovery is now complete and that, beyond a bothersome cold, he has suffered no other illnesses. But in another sense the answer is yes: President Eisenhower is 67; the cumulative effect of his three major illnesses...

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