Dwight Eisenhower's Farewell Address and Why It Is Memorable
Dwight Eisenhower was among the most respected
men to ever hold the office of President. Coming from his service during World War Two, his remarks upon leaving the
Presidency are remarkable and deserve careful consideration.
FINDING SOURCES-The Implications of Eisenhower's Statement
What was Eisenhower's main point in making his farewell remarks?
was Eisenhower referring to at the time as the "influence of the military-industrial complex?
there current examples of this influence?
Would the remarks made by Eisenhower be taken as vitally
if they were made by J. Robert Oppenheimer? Why? Why not?