Review Of Will Hitchcock's Speech 'Why Ole Square Ike?'

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“Why Ole square Ike?” Will Hitchcock state in his speech. Dwight D. Eisenhower was not the most famous president in our history. Many people thought Eisenhower was a fake and was a huge part of votes in elections for Mayors. Eisenhower was different than most presidents. During Hitchcock speech he talks about three main points about Eisenhower during his presidency. To paraphrase Will Hitchcock’s three points are: Eisenhower wanted to keep peace by having a permeant state of war facing external enemies, to embellish the growth of the federal bureaucracy by using the power of presidency and the federal government, and to develop spiritual revival and moral diligence. Eisenhower wanted to keep a perpetual state of peace by facing external enemies.

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