‘Second now is Harry Truman’
The guilt will never leave him, he says
‘Rain of ruin from the air’
We need to curtail the intelligence agency to get a handle on our foreign policy.
That has to sting
In the end, the President inevitably returns to being ‘Mr. Citizen.’
Our government has morphed into an aristocratic ruling class, and a new Praetorian Guard has emerged
‘The staff is humiliated’
McClanahan has crafted this book in such a way as to be attractive to geek and laymen alike.
Truman called waiters ‘an army of coons’
Experts: ‘More in common with Bill Gates than a typical dropout’
Tax cuts and balanced budgets are good, debt is bad.
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Winston Churchill helped shape the world during his long life — and often did so at the dinner table
Sixty-four years ago, a beleaguered Democratic incumbent narrowly defeated a moderate GOP governor.
Lessons not learned from 1948.
Frank Marshall Davis, the president’s mentor, was a major figure in twentieth-century American communist circles.
Newly uncovered documents shed light on the State Department’s effort to prevent Israel from ever being born.
Romney resembles three 1948 presidential candidates: Harry Truman, Thomas Dewey and Robert Taft.