THE PRESIDENCY: Say It in Spanish

Under a line of umbrellas held aloft by soldiers in dress blues, the President of the U.S. walked briskly along a red carpet toward the presidential plane Columbine III. Down from the aircraft stepped another President: scholarly Arturo Frondizi, first Argentine chief of state ever to visit the U.S. Ike and Secretary of State John Foster Dulles greeted the visitor with warm handshakes, and Dulles' wife Janet smilingly handed Sefiora Elena de Frondizi a bouquet of red roses. Then, in keeping with the printed "Inclement Weather Plan" of the State Department's think-of-everything...

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