As President, he oversaw the cease-fire of the Korean War, kept up the pressure on the Soviet Union during the Cold War, made nuclear weapons a higher defense priority, launched the Space Race, enlarged the Social Security program, and began the Interstate Highway System.
Dwight Eisenhower had only been President of the United States a few months in 1953 when science fiction writer Pete Lundquist realized that fellow author Mark Gordian had somehow plagerized a story from Lundquist that Lundquist hadn't even completed yet. When Lundquist shared this with editor Jim McGregor, both men contemplated the possibility that Gordian might be a telepath, although McGregor wondered why Gordian would read Lundquist's mind instead of Eisenhower's.
Dwight Eisenhower was one of the generals to survive the purges of the military ordered by PresidentJoe Steele during his second term. When the United States entered World War II, Eisenhower proved adept at winning, and was uninterested in personal glory. He was able to work well with President Steele.