When Dwight Eisenhower left the presidency in 1961,

  1. " it was noted that his second term had produced little of value, since he was a ""lame duck."""

  2. Congress was firmly in the hands of the Republicans.

  3. he was unhappy with Vice President Nixon's unbending anticommunism.

  4. he had clearly lost control of the Democratic-dominated Congress.

  5. he remained an extraordinarily popular figure.