State of the Union

Straight, Michael
January 1955
New Republic;1/17/55, Vol. 132 Issue 3, p5
The article presents an editorial discussing U.S. President Dwight Eisenhower's 1955 State of the Union address. The author believes that Eisenhower has set forth an agenda for the Republican Party, which the party must respond to or face a return to Democratic Party leadership. The author believes Eisenhower is being complacent concerning the U.S. economy. The author discusses how Eisenhower plans to deal with communist infiltration and expansion.


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