Eisenhower Decides to Run
William Pickett talked about the decisions that Dwight Eisenhower made before running for president. Mr. Pickett argues that Dwight Eisenhower was not a reluctant candidate as he has been portrayed, but had his eye on the presidency as early as 1943 while a general in World War II. He talked about the process of historical research and how he wrote this biography. Following his remarks, he answered questions from members of the audience. close
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Daniel D. Holt Director Eisenhower (Dwight) Presidential Library and Museum
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