The Republican Party started their new campaigns and movements with aggressive

The republican party started their new campaigns and

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The Republican Party started their new campaigns and movements with aggressive strategies towards loose government regulation on the economy. The republicans also moved to government projects with the construction of large interstates and the signing of the G.I. Bill which would give military veterans and service members money for college and home loans, these two large projects were headed through the office of President Eisenhower. During
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Eisenhower’s presidency, he also led the American people in the fight against communism in the Korean War. The Republican Party also used its aggressive policies of containment towards communism in the Vietnam War; this effort would eventually fail and lead to the spread of communism into Vietnam through the help of the Chinese and the support of the Soviet Union. In the 1980s the Republican Party took a small step back as they started to coordinate themselves through some members joining large Christian political organizations. This decision set up the Republican Party to take far right stands on things topics such as homosexual religion and abortion. This eventually depleted some of their voters’ support. But the party was also able to gain some ground and popularity through dealing with the Iranian Hostage crisis, the defense of world oil supplies in Kuwait through the first Persian Gulf War, and also through the toppling of Saddam Hussein’s regime in the second Persian Gulf War after the 9/11 attacks in 2001. The
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