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Eisenhower: Soldier and President Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 22-23 Summary

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Chapter 22-23 Summary and Analysis

In chapter twenty-two, the Eisenhower's leave the White House and move to their Gettysburgs farm. Eisenhower has to re-learn basic daily things, such as dialing a phone and typing. Since 1941, Eisenhower has always had people to do these things for him. Eisenhower is happy to finally be a free citizen, even if it means he has to do everything for himself.

The remainder of this chapter re-caps all the things Eisenhower accomplished in his eight years as president, as well as the areas he fell short in, or simply failed all together.

In chapter twenty-three, during the first months of Eisenhower's retirement he does all the things he has been dreaming he would do, such as fishing and hunting. He and Mamie took trips and he just relaxed. On a few occasions, President Kennedy calls on Eisenhower for advice concerning the Vietnam situation...

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