Washington Wire

January 1958
New Republic;1/13/58, Vol. 138 Issue 2, preceding p2
The article gives information about political condition of the U.S. The press discloses that a secret helicopter landing pad has been built near Vice President Richard M. Nixon's home in the exclusive Wesley Heights suburb to bounce him out fast after a nuclear attack warning. The Rockefeller report says the fallout from a single nuclear blast would cover 10,000 square miles with radioactive dust from destroyed structures. The battle to capture public opinion has been fascinating. It has been a struggle for men's minds.


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