Consternation Within

October 1955
New Republic;10/3/55, Vol. 133 Issue 14, p7
The article discusses about the chaotic ambience that has developed in the Republican Party of United States, due to the temporary absence of Dwight David Eisenhower, 34th President of United States. Chief Justice Earl Warren, the Republican who most nearly approximates Eisenhower's pattern and appeal, can be expected to stand by his recent statement that nothing could persuade him to leave the bench to re-enter active politics. It is soon to tell who will run the Executive branch and how through the last year of the Administration unless Eisenhower recovers sufficiently. The most hopeful of the Republican situation is that it is subject to involuntary treatment and cure in the Presidential and Congressional elections that are only 13 months hence.


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