REPUBLICANS: The President's Plans

Gulping coffee in the House restaurant early one morning, Republican National Chairman Leonard Hall was summoned to the telephone. Over the wire came a familiar voice: "Len, I've got an idea I want to speak to you about. Come on over." Hall washed out a plane reservation to New York, called off his political engagements there, and trundled away to the White House. He was delighted at having his schedule mixed up: the call from Dwight Eisenhower, who wanted to talk about the campaign, was another proof of the President's vastly increased...

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