The Republican party was not in favor of the majority of this legislation. Thus when Eisenhower was elected they immediately made plans for cutbacks in the spending on these programs. Unfortunately for them the newly elected president was not opposed to the programs Truman had began and improved upon. Over the course of his administration Eisenhower often did not hold the same opinions as some of the members of his party. As the Chief Economic advisor to the President of the United States there are many different issues which I must consider.
After gaining much respect in the military field for his accompli... ... middle of paper ... ...ho was true to his country, as there were few times in his life where he was not actively serving The United States. Helping our nation though two harsh wars as a trainer and commander, and attempting to tackle issues of great proportions during his presidency showed the strength, determination, and the great efforts put forth by this man to help shape the U.S. into the country that it is today. 1. Joann P. Krieg. Dwight D. Eisenhower Soldier, President, Statesman.
Of all the presidents of the United States, Madison was most likely the one who remained most loyal to the Constitution. Even in times of war, when other presidents would take further executive measures (as they were allowed,) Madison was reluctant to jeopardize his citizen’s civil rights. Madison’s wartime policy clearly reflects a leader dedicated to the Constitution and its pres... ... middle of paper ... ... co-founders so carefully laid out in the document they produced that sweltering summer of 1787. Works Cited “Adams, John.” The American President. Accessed February 27, 2003; available from http://www.americanpresident.org/presbios/presbios.htm.
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