K1c2 formula

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The K1C2 formula, which stands for "Korea, Communism, and Corruption", was a campaign platform devised by Dwight D. Eisenhower in the United States Presidential Election of 1952. Even though he was aloof from party politics, he vowed to personally go to Korea if he was elected. This was a defining moment in the return of the Republican Party. Democrats had dominated the presidency since 1933 and this was a longtime coming return to office for the Republicans.[1]

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  1. ^ Professor Kevin Kruse, Associate Chair of History at Princeton University, lecture dated 13 October 2008