February 1953
New Republic;2/16/53, Vol. 128 Issue 7, p3
Comments on various political developments and issues related to the Administration of U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower. Appreciation of the President's public speaking skills in context to his first press conference; Speculations regarding the national foreign policy of Secretary of State, John Foster Dulles; Criticism of Dulles for threatening to stop foreign aid to European countries if an European army is not formed within a specified time period; Various aspects of the budget to be formulated by the administration; Circumstances that may lead to a revival of genuine collective bargaining.


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