DEMOCRATS: Division on Berlin

While Democratic leaders of Congress formed solid ranks behind President Eisenhower's leadership in the Berlin crisis, other key Democrats tramped off in assorted directions. Among them:

Adlai E. Stevenson told a Boston Democratic fund-raising dinner ($25 a plate) that the President "speaks for all of us" in refusing to be forced out of Berlin. But calling upon his party "to make good the perilous deficiencies of the executive branch," Stevenson suggested that the West can afford to negotiate toward disengagement in Central Europe. "We must face the fact that no Russian withdrawal can be secured without a modification of the Western...

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