Eisenhower and the Frontier
Timothy Rives talked about President Eisenhower’s belief that social welfare programs could fill the void created by the closing of the American frontier, which limited opportunities for the unemployed.
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R. Crosby Kemper III Executive Director Kansas City (MO) Public Library
Timothy Rives Deputy Director Eisenhower (Dwight) Presidential Library and Museum
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