Which aspect of President Eisenhower's foreign policy called for large numbers of nuclear weapons?

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Rivera fuller asked 24-Apr-2018 in History, Politics & Society by Rivera fuller
Which aspect of President Eisenhower's foreign policy called for large numbers of nuclear weapons?

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Vishal Kesarwani answered 10-Sep-2018 by Vishal Kesarwani

In the year 1953, President Eisenhower constructed to indulge the Soviet Union and even captured an area which was lost earlier. Primarily, by the Secretary of State John Foster Dulles, in this alleged new look, the remote strategy proposed to use nuclear weapons and the use of new innovations to protest ground troops and regular bombs, against all the USSR The ultimate goal for reducing "huge vengeance" leads to communist foreign affairs.

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In spite of being scared of the Soviet Union, this accent reduced the military expenditure on new and less expensive weapons, which Truman grew faster during the years. Thus, Eisenhower discovered how to organize security spending, it is generally kept a large part of the Congress expenditure plan in the Congress between its eight-year majorities.


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