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The Eisenhower administration began contemplating the use of nuclear weapons to achieve a quick end to the Korean war. Eisenhower administration also sought to show that it would stop at nothing to bring the war to a close. In mid-May 1953, Ike told the National Security Council that using nukes in ...

President John F. Kennedy assumed full responsibility for his role in authorizing at the Bay of Pigs invasion in April 1961. The ill-fated invasion, which failed to overthrow Fidel Castro, was initially planned by the Eisenhower administration. Kennedy did not make excuses. People respect a leader who ...
Can a print magazine founded during the height of the Eisenhower administration make it in a digital world? Apparently so. The National Review, founded in the 1950s by conservative William F. Buckley, Jr., attracts more than ten million visits a month to its site. It's close to being a top ten conservative ...
As the judge explained, "DACA grew out of a long agency history of discretionary relief programs," going back to the Dwight Eisenhower administration and including major initiatives under Presidents Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush. Such "programs had become a well-accepted feature of the ...

In addition, during the Eisenhower administration, college loans were interest-free. They could be paid back by teaching in the public school system, with 10 percent of the loan forgiven for each year of teaching. Too bad the current version of the party has strayed so far from its past. Edna Ralston. Boulder ...
The year was 1956 when Frances and Michael Geraci opened their eponymous Italian restaurant in University Heights. After five years they moved to their current location (2266 Warrensville Center Rd., 216-371-5643), where they have been feeding multiple generations of happy families for more than 60 ...
The results of this competitive analysis were distilled into National Security Council memorandum 162/2, one of the core documents guiding U.S. strategy during the Cold War. This project succeeded because it leveraged broad expertise to inform the Eisenhower administration, because it used competition ...
After Soviet Russia surprised the world with the first successful satellite launch in 1957, the Eisenhower administration had its "Sputnik moment," and poured resources into scientific education. This contributed to a golden era of American innovation where the Department of Defense and NASA spurred ...
One casualty of that is a screening process that all but one president since the Eisenhower administration has utilized prior to publicly announcing its nominations. The result has been a spike in nominees rated as "not qualified" under Trump. The American Bar Association, which traditionally screens the ...
The Eisenhower administration barred gays and lesbians from government employment, leading to a purge at the State Department. The 1960s unraveled that dominant morality. A new generation revolted against strictures on sex and the deference accorded to authority figures. The skepticism fueled a ...
The - what mystified us all was that the Pentagon Papers ended with matters - with the decision-making process in Vietnam before President Nixon took office, and, therefore, he was talking about the Johnson administration and the Kennedy administration and the Eisenhower administration. That's what the ...
After the Suez war, Dwight D. Eisenhower issued an ultimatum to Israel to withdraw from the territories it captured during the war. Israel did not have any intention to do so. But, after the Eisenhower administration said aid to Israel would be cut unless it withdrew (and the Soviet Union threatened to launch ...
[Washington Post / Arelis Hernandez, Whitney Leaming, and Zoeann Murphy]; During the peak of Cold War nuclear tensions, the Eisenhower administration encouraged families to stock up on foods to sustain them during nuclear winter, including cornflakes, Tang, Campbell's soup, and candy bars.
Historian Roger Launius wrote, "The Eisenhower administration was working behind the scenes to achieve permanent free access to space and to avoid international overflight issues common to aviation. He was concerned … that if the United States was the first nation to orbit a satellite, the Soviet Union ...

I mean timber and oil. … I think there is no doubt that Alaska is going to become a major oil producing area. I cannot believe it is any accident that this period of tremendous growth, of economic development and utilization of your natural resources, coincides with the period of the Eisenhower administration.
One of the exceptions was Ogden R. Reid, a former congressman who was the ambassador from 1959 to 1961, at the end of the Eisenhower administration. "I think it's the right decision," he said. "Not a lot more to say." The other exception was Edward S. Walker Jr., who was ambassador from 1997 to 1999, ...
... John F. Kennedy was President, its planning by the CIA commenced in March 1959, when the Eisenhower administration was still in power.
Before his inauguration, John F. Kennedy was briefed on a plan by the CIA, developed during the Eisenhower administration to train Cuban ...
Since the Eisenhower administration, the ABA Standing Committee has ranked prospective judicial candidates before they are officially ...
It was during Eisenhower's administration that "under God" was added to the Pledge of Allegiance after a national campaign from the Knights of ...
... respected academic economist who had previously chaired the Council of economic advisors in the Eisenhower administration, Burns would ...
... the professional qualifications of potential judicial nominees since the Eisenhower administration, often serving as the most prominent arbiter ...
In the late 1950s, during the Eisenhower administration, the President's Council on youth Physical Fitness was founded to promote healthier ...
And our first tale starts with President Dwight Eisenhower's administration trying to figure out what to do about South Vietnam after the defeated ...
The Eisenhower administration actually had the same debt ceiling problem we have today. And Congress didn't raise the debt ceiling in time.
The concept of Sister Cities began in the aftermath of World War II, when the Eisenhower administration promoted diplomacy on a ...
The mission only reopened two years ago, as part of a detente brokered by Barack Obama, 54 years after the Eisenhower administration ...
... safety has not been seen, the attorney said, since the Eisenhower administration deported Mexican farmworkers under "Operation Wetback.".
Dreamt up during the early 20th century and created during the Eisenhower administration, the network was built to connect cities across the ...
The last time the U.S. government operated at a surplus was during the Eisenhower administration. President Bill Clinton claimed a surplus ...
Eisenhower's administration was a period of relative prosperity. New houses were being built and jobs were plentiful. One thing most people ...
On the other hand, it was the Eisenhower administration that first gave life to the missile gap myth and the president had every opportunity to ...
The Eisenhower administration's rhetoric about rolling back the Iron Curtain proved to be empty words. In 1962, the world's most dangerous ...
According to Parker, when "Six Flags Over Texas was being planned during the Eisenhower administration, the founders settled on six themed ...
Yet another obstacle to passage of the legislation was the hostility of the Eisenhower administration to TVA. Congressman Robert E. Jones of ...
During the Eisenhower administration, defense spending absorbed more than half the entire federal budget, and a much larger percentage of ...
In 1954, during the Eisenhower administration, Assistant Secretary of Labor James Ernest Wilkins became the first black official to attend a ...
In 1954, during the Eisenhower administration, Assistant Secretary of Labor James Ernest Wilkins became the first black official to attend a ...
During the Eisenhower administration, defense spending absorbed more than half the entire federal budget, and a much larger percentage of ...
As long ago as the Eisenhower administration, nine "czars" of private industry were selected to step in during a national emergency to keep ...
In 1954, when the Eisenhower administration and American liberals destroyed Anti-Communist firebrand Sen. Joseph McCarthy, Welch ...
... U.S. policy that any nuclear attack would be met with total destruction, a policy that extends back at least until the Eisenhower administration.
Douglas MacArthur then advocated using nuclear weapons, a threat also employed by the incoming Eisenhower administration to "encourage" ...
The South Portico steps are being repaired for the first time since Eisenhower's administration. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images).
The Eisenhower administration lied to the public about the plane and its mission, claiming it was a weather aircraft…In 1972, at the height of the ...
... of treason" to "21 years of treason" -- encompassing the first year of the Eisenhower administration, the administration of a fellow Republican.
... World War II, and that was the Truman administration, the Eisenhower administration, then through Johnson -- Kennedy, Johnson, and Nixon.


 

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