Divisions and Dissent: Democrats and Foreign Policy, 1952-1956
Gary W. Reichard traces the evolution of Democratic party thought and action on significant foreign policy issues during the first Eisenhower administration. Refuting the idea that bipartisanship prevailed in foreign policy during the 1950s, he describes how Democratic leaders differed with Eisenhower's policies from 1952 to 1956 and why they developed a coherent alternative policy of their own after 1956.
President Eisenhower and Strategy Management: A Study in Defense Politics, Douglas Kinnard Reviewed by Gary W. Reichard
Holding the Line: The Eisenhower Era, 1952-1961, Charles C. Alexander Reviewed by Gary W. Reichard
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