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  • Shortly after the New Year, the Gallup poll would once again name Dwight Eisenhower the man most admired by the American people.

    Going Home to Glory

  • The U.S. government decided to try to see what it was like to move our military convoy across the country, so they enlisted a guy called Dwight Eisenhower to take this convoy across the country.

    What a Long Strange Trip It’s Been

  • When the racist Gerald L.K. Smith charged in 1937 that FDR was a secret Jew (he later called Dwight Eisenhower a "Swedish Jew"), no one could have imagined that the Senate minority leader would be asked about it, much less tacitly endorse the claim.

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  • Whether or not he is responding to John McCain's goading, Barack Obama's statement that he is "interested in" going to Iraq before November recalls Dwight Eisenhower's campaign promise in 1952 to go to Korea and do something about ending the war there.

    The Moderate Voice

  • The John Birch Society called Dwight Eisenhower, the hero of World War II, a communist.

    Las Vegas Sun Stories: All Sun Headlines

  • AmEx's penchant for the elite is on display at its headquarters in lower Manhattan, where a column on an executive floor is sheathed in cards embossed with the names of famous AmEx customers such as Dwight Eisenhower and Ella Fitzgerald ( "cardmember since 1961").

    Bruised AmEx Returns to Roots

  • Those are not conservative ideas -- certainly not those espoused by the conservatives I remember, such as Dwight Eisenhower, Nelson Rockefeller or even Barry Goldwater -- and I'd like to have the old conservatives back.

    The Wreck of the Conservative Movement

  • "Progressivism" is essentially the "liberalism" of most of the twentieth century, as promulgated by both Roosevelts, by the Kennedy Brothers, and by many Republicans, such as Dwight Eisenhower, Jacob Javits and Earl Warren.

    The Right and the Left, in a Nutshell

  • Did you know that most of the recent GI action figures are based on real-life military and civilian Heroes - such as Dwight Eisenhower, John F. Kennedy, Bob Hope, Ernie Pyle, George Washington and Theodore Roosevelt?


  • This includes popular presidents such as Dwight Eisenhower, who did not drop to 55 percent approval until his fourth year in office, and John Kennedy, who never did, but bottomed out at 56 percent in September 1963, his 32nd month in office.

    The Swamp


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