Writing at Democracy In America, the U.S. blog of The Economist, Kal writes that:
"Not since 1956, when Dwight Eisenhower defeated an equally dome-headed Adlai Stevenson, has baldness prevailed in the presidential race. Since then America has been led by a succession of shampoo-users. One man to buck the trend was Gerald Ford, but he was appointed not elected to office in 1974."More here.