Two Years of Eisenhower

October 1954
New Republic;10/11/54, Vol. 131 Issue 15, p1
This article focuses on the political developments in the United States. There is a real dichotomy that the U.S. President is seeking to rationalize. It derives from the political instrument he has chosen to execute his "very broad program." And it derives further from the fact that the group whose company the President enjoys, whose judgment he respects, whose views he accepts, whose members he entrusts with top executive power, is made up of the officials of a few great corporations who constitute not all the people, but a fraction of one percent of them.


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