Dwight D. Eisenhower's Domestic Achievements

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From when he got elected to the end of his term Dwight D. Eisenhower tried to change America. He implemented different policies to help improve relation abroad and on the Homefront. Just like all plans many were successful and many failed as well. Eisenhower had many great domestic achievements as his time as President. He would balance the budget many times, either by cutting taxes or by raising defense spending. This would lead to the economic prosperity of the fifties. He also would sponsor the Federal Aid Highway Act and eventually sign it. He would push congress hard to accept it. The act would lead to the birth of the highway system in America. One of his biggest Domestic achievements would be the signing of the Civil Rights Bill in
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