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These documents give new perspectives on the Cold War, American political and military maneuverings worldwide, development of a national security policy-making apparatus, and many other topics. Drawn from the files of Office of the Special Assistant for National Security Affairs at the Eisenhower Library, the Dwight D. Eisenhower Security Files, 1953-1961 include documents for use at the highest levels of government, particularly the president, on the major foreign and national security policies, as well as many trade, economic, and political issues facing the Eisenhower administration. Part 3: - NSC Administrative subseries; - OCB Administrative subseries; - Special Assistant Chronological subseries; - Speical Assistant Name subseries.

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