9. Farewell Add by Eisenhower

9. Farewell Add by Eisenhower - Dwight D. Eisenhower,...

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Dwight D. Eisenhower, “Farewell Address” (1961) Dwight D. Eisenhower is a famous US Army general of WWII and the 34 th president of the United States. Within three years of WWII, he became Supreme Commander of the Allied Forces in Europe. General Eisenhower was a great military hero and his career had demonstrated strength and ability. He was the Republican candidate for the presidential election in 1952. He promised to go to Korea and get the long drawn out arguments over the exchange of prisoners settled quickly he promised a housecleaning in Washington which, the people were convinced needed some attention. His administration was remembered as diplomatic and flourishing even at the onset of a Cold War. Eisenhower in his Farewell Address he acknowledged the exit of his presidency and gives advice on how he thought America should of pursued its future. Then, he mentioned how crucial it was to have the President and Congress to cooperate together. He brought up how America has witnessed many world wars and despite this fact, he
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