HIS-135 WK2 CP1 - automobile now offered. Cars were no...

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Eisenhower’s Politics CheckPoint Jose Gonzalez Axia College of University of Phoenix 1
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Eisenhower’s Politics CheckPoint Eisenhower’s approach toward maintaining and keeping the economy growing was the use of new technologies as well as the use of war to influence the people. His two main concerns always seemed to be how he could keep the American people happy while also keeping the economy on the rise. Eisenhower’s used what the people were buying to further the economy in significant ways. Because so many people were purchasing cars no longer because of the need for them but because of the status and prestige the
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Unformatted text preview: automobile now offered. Cars were no longer a way to get from one place to another but, they were now a reflection of the owner. This is why people would have a car but when the new model came out, then everyone would flock to its new features. President Eisenhower realized what it was the people were now most interested in and found a way to use it; by building the biggest system of travel possible at the time. He used nuclear warfare as a selling point for the travel system and the American people went for it. 2...
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