Eisenhower and the Management of Prosperity

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Three years out of eight, President Eisenhower achieved a balanced budget. Only LBJ has balanced the budget since--and only once. In Eisenhower and the Management of Prosperity historian John Sloan argues that Eisenhower's performance as chief economic policymaker merits far higher marks than it has received. Along with the revisionists, Sloan underscores Eisenhower's commitment to fiscal responsibility and his impressive skills as a leader and politician. But Sloan contends that even the revisionists have underestimated ...

Eisenhower and the Management of Prosperity 1991, University Press of Kansas, Kansas

ISBN-13: 9780700605873

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