A Letter From The Publisher, Mar. 31, 1958

WHEN President Dwight D. Eisenhower talked to the Republican Women's National Conference about Government and the economy last week, he picked a pretty somber subject for an audience bent on gaiety. But the ladies, in their new spring hats, gave him solemn attention. Ike suggested right off that it was not going to be easy.

"The American citizen in these times." he began, "has a staggering job in keeping up with the facts and issues of a fast-moving world.

"He is seemingly expected to understand everything from the effects of a change in the Federal...

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