Do you think that Eisenhowers policy was successful?
- FoofaLv 76 months ago
Many political historians believe Eisenhower's 'hands-off' policies were exactly right for the time in which he served. The post war economy was strong in the US that he really didn't need to do much except not mess with a good thing.
- Walter BLv 76 months ago
a) Which policies, as he had many.
b) His domestic policies were a mixture of good and bad. Possibly over all good.
c) Eisenhower's foreign policies were generally bad. He certainly violated the "1954 Geneva Agreements on Indochina" and therefore started the Second Indochina (Vietnam) War. Nixon was Vice President and John Foster Dallas was Secretary of State. His actions and policies led to many conflicts during his term.
- exactdukeLv 76 months ago
His interstate highway policy was very successful.
- RICKLv 76 months ago
Like all presidents he had many
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- Bubba RayLv 76 months ago
Taxes on the rich were around 90 percent. The wealthy had to sell off their estates to pay the estate tax. We had a real middle class and people without college degrees had the money to purchase new homes and cars.
- GypsyfishLv 76 months ago
I think that Eisenhower's main achievement was the building of an interstate structure that allowed for greater interstate commerce.
- Harry ButtsLv 56 months ago
Which policy? I believe he had more than one.
- I'm That MexicanLv 56 months ago
Which policy? But overall, Ikes time in office was prosperous for America.
- Anonymous6 months ago
there could have been more roads with more lanes