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Stanley M. Rumbough, Jr.
... Willis) of the Citizens for Eisenhower movement, which helped develop grass roots support for the presidential campaign of Dwight D ... Eisenhower ... Branches of Citizens for Eisenhower were established in each state and helped plan local campaign activities ...
Commission On National Goals
... Eisenhower at Columbia University in 1950 as a non-partisan educational organization) and was financed by private sources through the Assembly ... Henry Wriston, who was appointed by President Eisenhower on February 3, 1960 ... The completed report of the Commission (respecting President Eisenhower’s request that its efforts be non-partisan) was sent to the president on November 16, 1960 ...
L. Arthur Minnich
... Eisenhower’s campaign staff ... When Eisenhower became president, Minnich joined the White House staff as Assistant Staff Secretary ... His job was to keep records of Eisenhower’s presidential activities, for which his training as a historian admirably suited him ...
Second Inauguration Of Dwight D. Eisenhower
... Eisenhower as the 34th President of the United States was held privately on Sunday, January 20, 1957 and publicly the following day, January 21, 1957 ... Eisenhower as President and Richard Nixon as Vice President ...
Anne Williams Wheaton
... In 1952, she served as press representative for Mamie Eisenhower ... Eisenhower's office, Wheaton was sworn in as Associate Press Secretary at the White House ... Following Eisenhower's November 1957 stroke, Wheaton was left to speak to the press without much knowledge of the president's medical condition ...

Famous quotes containing the word eisenhower:

    Don’t join the book burners. Don’t think you are going to conceal faults by concealing evidence that they ever existed.
    —Dwight D. Eisenhower (1890–1969)

    The Washington press corps thinks that Julie Nixon Eisenhower is the only member of the Nixon Administration who has any credibility—and, as one journalist put it, this is not to say that anyone believes what she is saying but simply that people believe she believes what she is saying ... it is almost as if she is the only woman in America over the age of twenty who still thinks her father is exactly what she thought he was when she was six.
    Nora Ephron (b. 1941)

    May we never confuse honest dissent with disloyal subversion.
    —Dwight D. Eisenhower (1890–1969)