Editorial praises Nixon's political abilities
date in 1952. Rarely in V. S. his- tc.ry has anyone been given a greater opportunity to shine in presidential politics. ^ But the significant thing about Richard Nixon— politically — that he has shone. In e\er> as s.enme!;. he «s ^n*r! turoed in a isi gWL tn formance. e ¡> * v e .... t-,% opponents who wa l i stumble so they can pusn mm of sight. Whether asuea 10 so a.«.»,»..* for the Republican party in a lost —cause election, as he did last con, fall, or to represent the United States in a formal ^function abroad. as he and Mrs. Nixon did in London last November, he left no doubt of his ability to per- form his mission with dignity and brillance.