Nation: Capital Notes: Jan. 26, 1962

Bouncing Ball?

As the chief architect of the Administration's foreign trade program, Under Secretary of State George Ball would ordinarily be expected to act as its leading advocate before Congress. But Ball, along with a good many other State Department officials, is considered a little starchy in his dealings with Congressmen; in order to make a more persuasive presentation, the Administration may switch the burden to Treasury Secretary Douglas Dillon and Commerce Secretary Luther Hodges.

After the Cosmos

Still flushing from the furor over its rejection of Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Carl T....

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