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—Wendy Smith, Los Angeles Times
“Some books are written from the head; others, from the heart. Going Home to Glory, which David Eisenhower composed with ample assistance from his wife, Julie, is both, though it tilts pleasingly toward the latter."
—Art Carey, Philadelphia Inquirer
I recommend this book to any history buff.
We empathize with this great man as his health and vigor decline and learn of the warm personal affection felt by Johnson for Eisenhower, clearly one of his heroes.
David and Julie Eisenhower should be very proud of their wonderful effort of sharing President Eisenhower's post-Presidential years.
Since Dwight Eisenhower is my personal hero, I cannot exaggerate how much I enjoyed this book. I've read several books about Ike, but I'm not sure any captured his personality the... Read morePublished 6 days ago by Michael Zucker
I loved every page of this book . It brought Ike's latter years out of the grey and clearly into focus. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Bob Lowther
was disappointed that this was an old library copy with stickers and stamps and not a fresh copy.Published 2 months ago by Louise Raimondi
Going Home To Glory, is an insightful and thought provoking exploration of General and President Eisenhower. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Oneisnone
At first it was a bit odd that the author referred to his Grandfather as "Eisenhower". As you read further the reasons became clearer. Overall a very good read.Published 3 months ago by Michael R. Davidson
This book, written by the Grandson of the former president with the cooperation of his wife the daughter of former President Nixon, is an excellent read. Read morePublished 4 months ago by D.McEllin
There was a great deal of history. I personally would have liked a book more about the personal side of Ike. However, his sense of humor did come through from time to time.Published 7 months ago by Mary Beckley
Brings back memories of a great man I saw at a train whistle stop in Delaware Ohio and a special time to be a young person in America.Published 8 months ago by Kenneth Barker
History has proven that Eisenhower's presidency was no fluke. He was in control for eight years and his policies were carefully worked out and thought through in a non-partisan... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Robert Butterfield