The rumbling that woke up the 1958 congressional election campaign last week was the sound of short-lived but sharp public argument between the President and Vice President of the U.S. The argument : Is the Administration's handling of foreign policy—and specifically the Quemoy-Matsu crisis—a proper topic for campaign debate? President Eisenhower, even though he agreed with G.O.P. leaders at the White House a fortnight before that foreign policy is one of the campaign's two top issues (the other: the economy), said flatly one day last week that "Foreign policy ought to...

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