THE PRESIDENCY: None Can Live Alone

To no one's surprise, the first name mentioned at President Eisenhower's press conference last week was "Senator Taft." As soon as Eisenhower had finished a few preliminary remarks, United Press's Merriman Smith popped everybody's question: "Do you share Senator Taft's view that we should forget the United Nations so far as the Korean war is concerned?"

The President shot back an emphatic "No!" He paused to take breath while the single word sank home. Then, with apologies for being "just a bit verbose," he launched into an even-tempered, carefully considered answer....

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