Dwight David Eisenhower: An American Presidency
By Center for Civic Leadership
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President Eisenhower governed at a time of unprecedented change in American Society. During the 1950's the United States emerged as the leading economic and military power marked by great cooperation between government and business, particularly the defense industry, and facilitated by a spirit of bi-partisanship between the executive branch and Congress.
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