THE PRESIDENCY: Under the Collar, Warmer

There was fresh snow on the Rockies last week, and early-morning temperatures fell to freezing at President Eisenhower's Denver retreat. But as the mercury dropped outside, Ike seemed to be warming up under the collar for the fall political campaign. He endorsed a plan to distribute around the U.S. motion pictures of his Los Angeles speech a fortnight ago, in which he bluntly called for the election of a Republican Congress. He also decided to turn a simple "get-out-the-vote" TV-radio appearance this week into another appeal for a G.O.P. Congress, and he will...

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