Dwight D. Eisenhower's Presidency

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What was Dwight Eisenhower's dominant leadership style?  

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As a military man, Eisenhower was deeply concerned with maintaining the chain of command.  Therefore, he believed that he needed to identify the correct people for various jobs, and trust them to do their job.  For example, he trusted his Secretary of State John Foster...

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