In Africa, all we need do is, put our minds to the cause of Peace. Once we visualize peace, then we will get Peace, even if it means fighting for it. NO, we will say to many social vices,governmental discrepancies, and any other inadequacy. We need Peace! We covet Peace! Africans Loving Africans, Africans Trading With Africans. This is our outcry, and for this we shall fight.
And Peace we shall get!
I guess this was the mindset of this 34th US President,Dwight Eisenhower when he wrote this saying. Dwight D. Eisenhower was born on October 14, 1890, in Denison, Texas, to David Jacob Eisenhower and Ida Elizabeth Stover Eisenhower. Dwight was the third of his parents’ seven sons. His parents had moved from Abilene, Kansas, to Denison, Texas, before he was born. In Denison, the family lived in a tiny house near the railroad tracks while David cleaned train engines for a living.
In 1952 Eisenhower retired from active service and returned to Abilene to announce his candidacy for the Republican Party nomination. On November 4, 1952, Eisenhower was elected the United States’ 34th president. His domestic policy picked up where Franklin Roosevelt’s New Deal and Harry Truman’s Fair Deal programs left off. In foreign policy, Eisenhower made reducing Cold War tensions through military negotiation a main focus of his administration