Assessing the Damage
AbstractAfter nearly two weeks of eight-column banner headlines, the New York Times looked almost normal again on November 8th. A cease-fire had gone into effect in Egypt, the Hungarian uprising had been crushed, and President Eisenhower had been re-elected.
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