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My dear Ike:

You are elected again and this time without a Congress of your own choosing. A record with only one precedent, back a hundred and eight years ago—1848 when old Zach Taylor another professional General was elected with Millard Fillmore, who was the Know Nothing Candidate in 1856. Your V.P. [Richard Nixon] is not that far advanced ...

I am sincerely hoping you'll pray as loudly and as long as you did in 1953—Jan. 20th. I also hope you'll go to Egypt and Palestine and perhaps to Hungary and Poland in order to surrender to the Kremlin as you did in...

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