Then in 1989, I was asked to work on the Eisenhower Centenary.
As he prepared to leave Kabul a few weeks ago, he was asked about comparisons to Eisenhower.
Here's one data point I learn from Jean Edward Smith's recent Eisenhower biography.
The alternative would have done Eisenhower real political damage when he did run for president in 1952.
Eisenhower's job, however, was as much diplomatic as military, and at that he excelled.
He was always an Eisenhower man, a Republican—and they argued between themselves the whole time.
In the end the matter had to be taken to General Eisenhower for resolution.
They put me in the category, I guess, along with General Eisenhower.
From General Eisenhower and his associates, I have had friendly and understanding collaboration in this endeavor.
General Eisenhower has faced this period of trial with admirable calm and resolution and with steadily increasing success.
surname, from German Eisenhauer, literally "iron-cutter, iron-hewer," "perhaps based on Fr. Taillefer" [George F. Jones, "German-American Names," 3rd ed., 2006].