Washington Wire

T. R. B.
November 1953
New Republic;11/9/53, Vol. 129 Issue 15, p2
The article reports on the political events that took place in the United States in the year 1953. It comments on U.S. President Dwight David Eisenhower's frequently changing statements on the U.S. political system. Furthermore, it is opined that one of the most dangerous fallacies prevalent among the politicians is that the U.S. government can block neutral trade with China. Also, it is observed that British Prime minister Winston Churchill has recovered from his slight stroke and is about to meet Eisenhower to discuss important international issues.


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