Talking with Harry - Ralph E. Weber

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Ralph E. Weber - Talking with Harry ebook

In his eight years as president from 1945-1953, Harry S. Truman made some of the most important decisions in U.S. history, particularly in foreign policy matters. This book contains transcripts of conversations with Truman from taped interviews in 1959. T



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