From Library Journal
A continuation of the "Papers," which first appeared in 1970, these volumes contain letters, memoranda, cables, and diary entries from January 1951 to Ike's inauguration in 1953. Of the initial five volumes LJ 's reviewer stated, "Their reference value for researchers and students . . . is inestimable" (
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