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President Dwight D. Eisenhower Signed Letter Display TLS – COA JSA
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Throughout his presidency, Dwight Eisenhower adhered to a political philosophy of dynamic conservatism. A self-described “progressive conservative” who used terms like “progressive moderate” and “dynamic conservatism” to describe his approach, he continued all the major New Deal programs still in operation, especially Social Security. He expanded its programs and rolled them into a new cabinet-level agency, the Department of Health, Education and Welfare, while extending benefits to an additional ten million workers. He implemented integration in the Armed Services in two years, which had not been completed under Truman.
Dwight D. Eisenhower sent out thank you notes. This can be confirmed with the offered thank you note for a birthday cake to Bill and Mrs. Simmons. Presumably, these were White House staff members. It was dated during his Presidency October 14, 1953 and typed on White House letterhead. The typed letter is simply signed by Eisenhower in black fountain pen (“9″). The original mailing envelope is included in the display 16.5″ x 21”.
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