Dwight David Eisenhower was a man of paradoxes. Raised in a small town in Kansas, he adopted the values of Middle America which emphasized strong individualism. His smile captured many. His flares of temper were vocal and physical and demanded the attention of all around him. His bouts of indecision, however, did not give concern to his subordinates. To some observers he often appeared ineffective, but during WWII he was the master leader. To many, recent examination of the historical facts have hailed him a military Machiavelli, a political genius, and a great president. We will study this fascinating man and his interaction with the scene and people from Winston Churchill to Mamie Doud, his wife. Lecture (plus Questions)
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