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Miller freely admits that he didn't ask some questions, and that Harry may well have mis-remembered some incidents ("a privilege of old men"). But it's rare that we get an interview with someone who was a candid as Harry about his life and career, about what he did and why he did it. And although Harry was as guilty of anyone at putting the best face on his actions, he doesn't deny them, or place the blame on unsupervised subordinates. President Truman comes across as someone who fully understood that the office of President was important, but kept a sense of humility about his service.
Review: Plain Speaking: an oral biography of Harry S. TrumanUser Review - Goodreads
Reading this gave me an idea of what it would have been like to have a conversation with Harry Truman. It would have been a true pleasure and honor to meet this amazing man.