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THE ADMINISTRATION: O.K., S.A.

(See Cover) The time passed swiftly as the two old friends and classmates sat in a Concord, N.H. hotel, swapping reminiscences about the old days at...

The Nation: An Inoperative Recollection

One of the more moving moments in the David Frost interview with Richard Nixon came when the ex-President revealed how, while serving as Dwight Eisenhower's...

THE ADMINISTRATION: Man in the Storm

[See Cover) If anyone ever comes to any part of this Government . . . claiming some privilege . . . on the basis that he is part of my family or of my...

THE ADMINISTRATION: Exit Adams

Privately, bitterly. Dwight Eisenhower described it as "the most hurtful, the hardest, the most heartbreaking decision" of his 5½ years in office. The...

INVESTIGATIONS: The Broken Rule

Around the White House offices somber-faced staffers tiptoed across the squares of linoleum tile, whispered out their business as if some member of the...

INVESTIGATIONS: Tales of the Wild Hare

"Fox is a wild hare if I ever heard of one," muttered Arkansas Democrat Oren Harris, chairman of the House Special Subcommittee on Legislative Oversight, one...

THE NATION: High Cost of Convenience

In a brief three or four days after Presidential Assistant Sherman Adams' dealings with Boston Operator Bernard Goldfine were first brought to light,...

National Affairs: The Rock

Up the steps of Fitzsimons Army Hospital in Denver bounded a lean, taut man carrying a briefcase. To the photographers who flashed and clicked at him, he cast a...

INVESTIGATIONS: Goldfine's Exit

Washington's Evening Star reported one day last week that Boston Big Shot Bernard Goldfine paid posh Burning Tree Club, where White House staffers golf, for...

THE NATION: Adams v. Adams

If there was one element of his crusade for the presidency that General Dwight Eisenhower felt more deeply than all the others, it was his personal...

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