Harry Truman and the Human Family
Portrays a president campaigning over a million miles, voicing radical ideas for that era; calling for national health insurance, federal aid to education, civil rights, women's equality, housing for the poor, & environmental protections. Truman's honesty, enthusiasm, & confidence in the triumph of democracy are illuminated. An insider's look at the democratic process--how it works, & how & why it sometimes doesn't.
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