Washington Wire

April 1954
New Republic;4/5/54, Vol. 130 Issue 14, p2
This article presents information on political developments in the U.S. The big Eisenhower legislative program, related to economic reforms, is in trouble. Now the question is, whether Republicans are really capable of governing as the President Dwight D. Eisenhower told the nation that a party that couldn't formulate and enact a bold and dynamic program didn't deserve to govern. Another news reports that representative R. Bramblett, from California, who was convicted of taking kickbacks, sits right in Congress and votes as usual; nobody disciplines him.


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