Eisenhower and the Cold War

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Eisenhower and the Cold War

By Robert A. Divine
Oxford University Press, 1981
192 pp. $14.95

President Eisenhower's reputation in the realm of foreign policy has been rising steadily for a decade. He brought the Korean War to an end and, most important, kept the country out of war in Vietnam. This volume presents the essence of the pro-Eisenhower point of view.

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