Eisenhower as an Activist President: A Look at New Evidence
Fred I. Greenstein, in an analysis based on recently opened archives, takes sharp issue with the conventional view of Dwight Eisenhower as a passive, unskilled president. According to Greenstein, Eisenhower was an active president who succeeded, albeit much of the time covertly, in putting his personal stamp on public policy.
It was in this article that the late Fred Greenstein first developed the idea of what he later called Eisenhower’s “hidden hand presidency.”
The Bridge: The Life and Rise of Barack Obama, David Remnick Reviewed by Fred I. Greenstein
Soldier: The Life of Colin Powell, Karen DeYoung Reviewed by Fred I. Greenstein
The Cold War: A New History, John Lewis Gaddis Reviewed by Fred I. Greenstein
Colin Powell and the Eisenhower Precedent: A Review Essay, Fred I. Greenstein
Effective National Security Advising: Recovering the Eisenhower Legacy, Fred I. Greenstein and Richard H. Immermanmore by this author
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