Phillips, Thomas R.
October 1952
New Republic;10/6/52, Vol. 127 Issue 14, p7
Focuses on U.S. General Dwight David Eisenhower's speech on defense policy. Information on his speech regarding defense policy in Baltimore; Proposal call for a civilian commission by Eisenhower; Restatement of some of the accusations of waste made by the Johnson Preparedness Subcommittee of the Senate Armed Forces Committee. Supposition of a realistic weapons program; Proposals for a civilian commission to restudy the operations of the Department of Defense and to expand the National Security Council; Unification of armed services; Assertion made by the Eisenhower regarding defense spending.


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