THE CAMPAIGN: The G.O.P. Argument

From Massachusetts to New Hampshire to New York to Delaware to New Jersey to New York (a second time) and to Connecticut went Vice President Richard Nixon in four speech-filled days last week. In some 15 cities and towns, Nixon advanced the arguments on which Republicans across the U.S. are basing their campaigns: 1) the Eisenhower Administration, on its record, deserves a chance to complete its program, 2) it will never get that chance with a Democratic Congress.

"The Korean war has ended." said Nixon in Boston. "More Koreas have been averted, and America has...

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