Washington Wire

T. R. B.
July 1956
New Republic;7/30/56, Vol. 135 Issue 5, p2
This article discusses some political issues in the U.S. Untill last week, the prospectus for the Republican National Convention in San Francisco looked dull indeed. U.S. President Dwight W. Eisenhower and Vice-President Richard Nixon would be renominated by acclamation. But all that was before Secretary of State John Foster Dulles casually announced at his regular weekly press conference that he, too, would be in San Francisco for the convention and available to help out with the writing of the party's platform. Also some of the GOP platform statements of four years ago are highlighted in the article that have been picked up verbatim by the Democrats this time.


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