The presidency of Dwight D. Eisenhower began on January 20, 1953 when Dwight D. Eisenhower was inaugurated as President of the United States, and ended on January 20, 1961.

1953

1954

1955

1956

1957

1958

1959

1960

1961

References

  1. ^ Ike Is Busy On First Day As President (January 21, 1953)
  2. ^ Entire Cabinet Except Wilson Takes Office (January 21, 1953)
  3. ^ Eisenhower Appoints Wilson Defense Chief (January 22, 1953)
  4. ^ Benson To Cut Dept. Expenses (January 22, 1953)
  5. ^ Ike Is Voted Power To Revamp Government (January 28, 1953)
  6. ^ Stassen Get Senate Okeh (January 28, 1953)
  7. ^ Dulles Thinks Greed May Be Fatal To Reds (January 28, 1953)
  8. ^ Ike, 45 Governors Hold Conference On U.S. Security (May 4, 1953)
  9. ^ Dulles Opposes House Proposal To Boost Tariff (May 4, 1953)
  10. ^ Reds Call For Time To Study New Proposals (May 4, 1953)
  11. ^ "Ike Grants $50 Million More In W. Berlin Aid". Sarasota Herald-Tribune. June 19, 1953.
  12. ^ "Nixon Smashes Tie Breaking Vote". Sarasota Herald-Tribune. June 19, 1953.
  13. ^ "Ike Is Voted Fund Powers". Sarasota Herald-Tribune. July 1, 1953.
  14. ^ Young, Robert (July 7, 1953). "Red China Can't Buy Into U.N., Dulles Warns". Chicago Tribune.
  15. ^ Edwards, Willard (July 30, 1953). "Senate Votes to Open Doors of U.S. to 209,000 Aliens". Chicago Tribune.
  16. ^ a b c Young, Ken; Schilling, Warner R. (2019). Super Bomb: Organizational Conflict and the Development of the Hydrogen Bomb. Cornell University Press. pp. 9, 128, 150, 186n104.
  17. ^ a b c Bundy, McGeorge (1988). Danger and Survival: Choices About the Bomb in the First Fifty Years. Random House. pp. 246, 287, 295.
  18. ^ Top Army Official Said Red-Linked (November 2, 1953)
  19. ^ Benson Erases Regional SCS (November 3, 1953)
  20. ^ Radar Worker To Face Probe (November 4, 1953)
  21. ^ Ike Voices Confidence Following GOP Losses (November 5, 1953)
  22. ^ Eisenhower To Modify Tax Program (January 3, 1954)
  23. ^ 1 – Memorandum on the Red Cross Campaign. (January 4, 1954)
  24. ^ 2 – Radio and Television Address to the American People on the Administration's Purposes and Accomplishments. (January 4, 1954)
  25. ^ President, Cabinet Attend Services (January 6, 1954)
  26. ^ Free World Making Gains, Ike Says (January 7, 1954)
  27. ^ Atomic Pool Talks Near (January 7, 1954)
  28. ^ Social Security Stand Renewed (July 7, 1954)
  29. ^ McCarthy Says He'll Give Gen. Clark Data On CIA (July 7, 1954)
  30. ^ Employment Up One Million From May To June, U.S. Says (July 7, 1954)
  31. ^ Proposal For Withdrawal Viewed As 'Defeatism' (July 8, 1954)
  32. ^ Inquiry Starts In Atomic Strike (July 8, 1954)
  33. ^ Bomb Tests In Pacific To Go On, U.S. Tells U.N. (July 8, 1954)
  34. ^ Farm Surplus Bill Signed By Ike (July 10, 1954)
  35. ^ Senators Urge Aid End If Two Allies Bar EDC (July 10, 1954)
  36. ^ U.S. Presses Reds To Free 7 Yanks (July 10, 1954)
  37. ^ Compulsory Age Aid Defeated (July 14, 1954)
  38. ^ Foreign Aid Plan Faces Possible Further Slash (July 14, 1954)
  39. ^ Paris Talks Satisfy French; Smith Returning to Geneva (July 14, 1954)
  40. ^ Weeks Avoids Jab at Mitchell (October 1, 1954)
  41. ^ West Can Win If Reds Attack, Gruenther Says (October 2, 1954)
  42. ^ Navy-Directed Expedition To Be Sent Into Antarctic (October 2, 1954)
  43. ^ India Sees Peril In Pakistan Aid (October 4, 1954)
  44. ^ 4 Ohio Airports Get U.S. Funds (October 5, 1954)
  45. ^ Ohioan Sworn In As FCC Chairman (October 5, 1954)
  46. ^ Atomic Science Supports Juvenile View On Stomach (October 5, 1954)
  47. ^ Plant Dispersal Still Goal Of U.S. (October 5, 1954)
  48. ^ Jordan Seeks Tourists (October 6, 1954)
  49. ^ U.S. December Draft Call 23,000 (October 6, 1954)
  50. ^ Nixon Says Basic Issue Same As It Was In '52 (October 6, 1954)
  51. ^ Justice Unit Set Up To Sift FHA Cases (October 6, 1954)
  52. ^ Removal Of Legal Block To TVA Deal Is Sought (October 6, 1954)
  53. ^ Big 4 Parley On Uniting Germany (October 7, 1954)
  54. ^ Tax Blow Aimed At Windfall Cases (October 7, 1954)
  55. ^ Nixon Disputes Secrecy Of Plan For Dixon-Yates (October 13, 1954)
  56. ^ Big Power Seeks Talks On Disarmament Plans (October 13, 1954)
  57. ^ McCarthy Hits Ike's Farm Plan (October 14, 1954)
  58. ^ Eisenhower, Dwight D. (November 1, 1954). "321 - Radio and Television Remarks on Election Eve". American Presidency Project. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  59. ^ Red Underground Suspect Arrested (November 2, 1954)
  60. ^ U.S. Building Up Role In Vietnam (November 17, 1954)
  61. ^ Bipartisan Needed On Foreign Affairs And U.S. Security, Ike Says (November 17, 1954)
  62. ^ U.S. Asks Russia To End Incidents (November 17, 1954)
  63. ^ Jet Aid Sent For Costa Rica (November 21, 1954)
  64. ^ Lack Of Coordination Hit On Secrecy Of U.S. Data (November 21, 1954)
  65. ^ Chinese Reds Refuse To Free 13 Americans Jailed On Spy Charges (November 28, 1954)
  66. ^ End Of Aid To Axle-Mile States Urged (November 29, 1954)
  67. ^ Senate Passes Foreign Aid Bill (June 3, 1955)
  68. ^ U.S., Red China Nearing Accord On Pow Release (September 8, 1955)
  69. ^ U.S. Will Speed Return of Yanks Freed by Reds (September 14, 1955)
  70. ^ Red China Told Talks Awaiting Yank's Release (September 14, 1955)
  71. ^ "Won't Rush U.S. 'Moons' Plans – White House". Chicago Tribune. October 6, 1957.
  72. ^ "U.S. May Bare Basis Of Ike's Use of Troops". Chicago Tribune. October 6, 1957.
  73. ^ Ike Reviews Budget At Conference (January 3, 1958)
  74. ^ Ike Meets With Aides (January 6, 1958)
  75. ^ Solons Aim Questions At Dulles (January 9, 1958)
  76. ^ "Ike Watches Football on TV; Skips Golf". Chicago Tribune. January 2, 1960.
  77. ^ "Mitchell's Steel Talks Gain Nothing". Chicago Tribune. January 2, 1960.
  78. ^ "U.S. Donates Quilt Material to Formosans". Chicago Tribune. January 2, 1960.
  79. ^ "President Works on Record Peace Time Budget". Chicago Tribune. January 3, 1960.
  80. ^ Army To Push Nike-Zeus Missile (January 5, 1960)
  81. ^ Army Secretary Clarifies His Taipei Remarks (January 14, 1960)
  82. ^ Arms Pact Must Include Chinese, U.S. Indicates (January 22, 1960)
  83. ^ Senate Battle Shapes Up Over Civil Rights Issue (January 27, 1960)
  84. ^ GOP Senators Propose Health Plan For Aged (April 8, 1960)
  85. ^ President Plans Golf Vacation In Georgia (April 8, 1960)
  86. ^ Ike Nominates Two For FPC (May 2, 1960)
  87. ^ Ike Calls On Congress To Speed Action On Aid, Farm, Other Proposals (May 3, 1960)
  88. ^ Standby Recession Fund Proposed By Democrats (May 3, 1960)
  89. ^ "Ike Orders New Atom Blasts Under Ground". Chicago Tribune. May 8, 1960.
  90. ^ "Nixon Hails 5 Points in Ike's Medical Plan". Chicago Tribune. May 8, 1960.
  91. ^ U.S. Doubts Khrushchev Is Sole Boss Like Stalin (May 30, 1960)
  92. ^ Fulbright Critical of Ike's Admission (May 30, 1960)
  93. ^ "U.S. Bars Aliens From Travel to Some Red Lands". Chicago Tribune. December 2, 1960.
  94. ^ Edwards, Willard (December 3, 1960). "Rockfeller, Nixon Pledge Co-Operation". Chicago Tribune.
  95. ^ "Red Controlled Label Applied To Cuba By U.S." Chicago Tribune. December 3, 1960.
  96. ^ Edwards, Willard (December 4, 1960). "Pomp To Mark Kennedy Visit". Chicago Tribune.
  97. ^ "U.S. Forbids Use of $400,000,000 in 19 Countries". Chicago Tribune. December 6, 1960.
  98. ^ Burd, Laurence. "Peace Is No. 1 Quest, Ike and Kennedy Agree". Chicago Tribune.
  99. ^ "Hagerty Denies Radio Report Ike Had Upset Stomach". Chicago Tribune. December 8, 1960.