March 1956
New Republic;3/12/56, Vol. 134 Issue 11, p3
The article presents news headlines on various political issues in the U.S. Representative Leonard Hall has expressed concern about the physical fitness of President Dwight D. Eisenhower and whether Vice President Richard Nixon should be the one to succeed him. Senator James O. Eastland, an opponent of school integration, holds the chairmanship of the Judiciary Committee. Senator Stuart Symington is leading an investigation into the military capabilities of the Soviet Union.


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