THE PRESIDENCY: Morale Is the Seed

Despite enough international and domestic problems to exhaust a dozen men. the President of the U.S. was frisky as a platoon commander. Last week President Eisenhower delivered three speeches in two days, consulted with Administration and military leaders on the problems of U.S. continental air defense, conferred with NATO's Supreme Allied Commander in Europe Lauris Norstad (see FOREIGN NEWS), with the visiting chiefs of Western Europe's Common Market, its Coal and Steel Community and its Atomic Energy Community, had a nonpolitical chat with New York's visiting Governor Nelson Rockefeller, rounded it all off with 54 holes of weekend golf...

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