REPUBLICANS: To Be Done: Homework

The nominee settled down last week in a three-room log cabin in the Rocky Mountains. Seventy-two miles northwest of Denver and two miles from a paved road, Dwight Eisenhower fished for trout, made flapjacks and did some thinking.

Some thinking was needed. The wisest of Ike's supporters know that he will have to improve his performance if he is to stall the Democratic machine in November as he ditched the Taft vehicle in July. Once the campaign gets rolling in September, Ike may not have much time for thought. Between now & then,...

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