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Fabulous, endearing book by an outstanding man and one of the greatest leaders of 20th Century, or any other Century! Stories tell how Ike grew from a hard working, rural Kansas boy, to become the Supreme Allied Commander leading the invasion of Europe to defeat the most powerful army assembled to that time, and then President of Columbia University and President of the United States. During his eight years as president, and based on his values of paying in cash that he learned from his family upbringing, he balanced the National budget and reduced the debt each year while maintaining a strong defense to counter the growing Soviet threat, and beginning the Interstate Highway System and NASA. What a difference it would make if we had men like him to lead in these turbulent times. Ike reveals his true character with style and eloquence. A valuable read to provide perspective on what it takes to be a true leader of men.
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