Cross Fire: The Eight Years with Eisenhower

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • Contents ix
  • List of Illustrations xv
  • Foreword xvii
  • 1952 1
  • 1 - You Can't Refuse 3
  • 2 - A Farmer on the Road 13
  • 3 - Setting Up Shop--I 28
  • 1953 41
  • 4 - Setting Up Shop--Ii 43
  • 5 - First Chorus: Pastoral 51
  • 6 - Selling 71
  • 7 - Trouble at Home 81
  • 8 - Trouble in Washington 87
  • 9 - "Everything Seems to Be About Patronage" 107
  • 10 - A Sad Drought, a Sad Death 123
  • 11 - Two Advisory Bodies 133
  • 12 - "Ike" Gets into the Fight 144
  • 1954 161
  • 13 - Don't Make a Career of Chasing Cows 163
  • 14 - "It Looks like a Mouse" 173
  • 15 - "You Can Count on Me" 183
  • 16 - The Washington Whirlpool 196
  • 17 - Who Won 213
  • 1955 223
  • 18 - Hurricane--Senior and Junior Grade 225
  • 19 - Trade Winds 237
  • 20 - A Problem of Plenty 254
  • 21 - The World Held Its Breath 269
  • 22 - An Offensive is Planned 278
  • 1956 287
  • 23 - "Use the Surplus to Use Up the Surplus" 289
  • 24 - How to Make Up Your Mind 303
  • 25 - This Bill is Not Right 312
  • 26 - The 1956 Campaign 325
  • 27 - The Year of Might Have Been 336
  • 1957 343
  • 28 - The Short, Happy "Era of Good Feeling" 345
  • 29 - Scenes Behind the Scenes 357
  • 30 - Around the World--In 25 Days 364
  • 1958 377
  • 31 - "Agin Every One of Them" 379
  • 32 - The Cross-Eyed Approach 391
  • 33 - Licked and Licked Bad 407
  • 1959 419
  • 34 - Big Budget, Big Debt, Big Government 421
  • 35 - Third and Goal 428
  • 36 - Fussin' and Feudin' 444
  • 37 - Another Veto, Another Summer 459
  • 38 - Agriculture Under Communism 472
  • 63 - "Black Sunday to White Wednesday" 489
  • 1960 497
  • 40 - The Last Message 499
  • 41 - The Nixon Enigma 510
  • 42 - Stymied 521
  • 43 - In Search of Markets, and of Friends 534
  • 44 - A Last Trade Trip 556
  • 45 - As for Me: the Credo of a Conservative 569
  • 46 - The Hot Seat 582
  • Appendices 591
  • Index 609
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