Eisenhower, Dulles and the Quemoy-Matsu Crisis, 1954-1955
Bennett C. Rushkoff examines high-level decision making in the Eisenhower administration during the Quemoy-Matsu crisis of 1954-1955. He argues that Dwight D. Eisenhower's personal handling of the crisis was responsible for a relaxation in early 1955 of the American commitment to the defense of the offshore islands.
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