RELIGION AND THE AMERICAN PRESIDENTS: Dwight D. Eisenhower (1953-1961)

Fear, patriotism, national prosperity and civil rights converged in 1950s America. Spurred by opposition to ascendant communism in the Soviet Union and Asia, government contracts with corporations produced the world’s greatest military arsenal, amassing weapons capable of devastating the planet. This is the 34rd article in a series by historian Bruce Gourley, online editor and […]

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