THE CAMPAIGN: The Fight for the House

Shortly after the sun got up to mile-high Denver one morning last week, the President of the U.S. sat down to have a big helping of politics for breakfast. In the presidential suite of the Brown Palace Hotel, Dwight Eisenhower ate and advised with Republican state chairmen from 19 Midwestern and Rocky Mountain states. The subject under discussion: how to increase the Republican majority in Congress. The breakfast-eaters started from the proposition that the key man in the Republican campaign of 1954 is Dwight Eisenhower. Said Ohio's able Chairman Ray Bliss: "The...

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