Dwight David Eisenhower was the Supreme Commander of the Allied forces during World War II but bet

Dwight David Eisenhower was the Supreme Commander of the Allied forces during World War II but bet

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Eisenhower’s Politics 1 Eisenhower’s Politics Michelle Fairall HIS/135 May 4, 2011 Dwight David Eisenhower was the Supreme Commander of the Allied forces during World War II but better known for becoming the 34th President of the United States. His political views where conservative but agreed to programs that were presented to him that may have been a little more liberal. For instance, he signed a bill for medical insurance for the needy and increased minimum wage as well as increased social security unemployment insurance. He was against big government therefore he turned down many proposals like; universal health care and
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Unformatted text preview: many other big government ideas. He was a big fan in reducing federal spending and the role of our government in our economy, which sounds much like our economy at the present time. Eisenhower had lost a great deal of voters when his pragmatic approach failed in the farm policy. Eisenhower’s Politics 2 Farmers made up a big part in the republican votes. At this time in his presidency the democrats started to play a big part in new ideas and the consensus of the American voters....
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This note was uploaded on 05/16/2011 for the course HIS 115 taught by Professor Hanford during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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