As we watch the cast of characters vying for the Republican presidential nomination in this not-so-invisible primary season, there appears to be a common thread to their conversations: keep the government out of my life and my business. But this call for out-of-my-life government is contrary to the federal activism that one of the Republican Party’s most admired presidents advocated. [excerpt]
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Warshaw, Shirley Anne. "Eisenhower: Champion of Federal Activism." RealClear Politics (September 20, 2015).
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