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During World War II, when Montgomery continually refuses to follow General Eisenhower's orders concerning battle plans, what motivates Eisenhower to keep Montgomery around?

What mistakes did Eisenhower make at Kasserine that cost the Allies the capture of Rommel?

During the 1952 election, what controversy surrounding Richard Nixon almost cost Eisenhower votes?

How does Camp David gets its name?

What are the two main reasons Eisenhower did not want to get involved in changing school segregation laws?

Give two traits of Eisenhower that make him a great commander and president.

What is the main conflict between Eisenhower and McCarthy?

Give two reasons Eisenhower refuses to give more money to the military defense spending.

Why does Eisenhower seek re-election in 1956?

What event finally pushes Eisenhower to take action on the segregation issue?

When the Soviets are finally ready to talk about a test ban, what incident stops the talks before...

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