How did the domino theory affect President Eisenhower's decision to stay involved in Vietnam

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How did the domino theory affect President Eisenhower's decision to stay involved in Vietnam

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When Dwight Eisenhower became president at the beginning of 1953, he appointed John Foster Dulles as secretary of state. Dulles pushed a very radical version of the domino theory, more extreme than had ever before been advocated by anyone so high in the U.S. government.

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