The Newspaperman s President

The Newspaperman s President

28 The following headline appeared over an article in the November 15 , 1947 , issue of Editor & Publisher : “ Truman ... Perhaps the most helpful explanation is that given by Helm , who was a close acquaintance of the president and a ...

Author: Herbert Lee Williams

Publisher: Burnham Incorporated Pub

ISBN: UOM:39015008584941

Category: History

Page: 243

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Presidential Campign Expenditures Hearings Before 70 1 70 2 Pursuant to S Res 214 1928

Presidential Campign Expenditures  Hearings Before      70 1 70 2  Pursuant to S Res  214     1928

But if it is desir that I come to Washington and appear before your committee I am at yo service at any time you fix . ROBERT LATHAM , Editor the Asheville Citizen . Mr. LATHAM . That telegram was sent , Senator , because the Ass ciated ...

Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Special Committee Investigating Presidential Campaign Expenditures

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105119522782

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The Journalist

The Journalist

S. Greenleaf is president of the new company , and H. K. Baker treasurer . Howard P. Merrill , telegraph editor of the Union , has accepted the position of editor of the New Hampshire Republican , a new morning paper published at Nashua ...

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ISBN: IOWA:31858036690679

Category: Journalism

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Public Papers of the Presidents of the United States Harry S Truman 1945 Volume 1

Public Papers of the Presidents of the United States  Harry S  Truman  1945  Volume 1

THE PRESIDENT. No. Nothing has been done. Reporter: Thank you, Mr. President. THE PRESIDENT. All right—all right. [Laughter] NOTE: President Truman's fifteenth that the newspapermen and women news conference was held in Memorial Hall at ...

Author: Truman, Harry S.

Publisher: Best Books on

ISBN: 9781623761226

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Page: 668

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Public Papers of the Presidents of the United States
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The Memoirs of Harry S Truman

The Memoirs of Harry S  Truman

Application, July 1947, Truman Papers: President's Secretary's Files: Personal File:S. 4. Herbert Lee Williams, The Newspaperman's President: Harry S. Truman (Chicago: Nelson-Hall, 1984), 26, quoting from Truman to Hillman, Jan.

Author: Raymond H. Geselbracht

Publisher: University of Missouri Press

ISBN: 9780826274380

Category: History

Page: 512

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This new “Reader’s Edition” of Harry Truman’s memoirs removes the overload of detail and reproduced historical documents, reduces the bloated cast of characters, clarifies the often confusing balance between chronological and thematic presentation, and corrects some important problems of presentation that made the two volumes of Truman’s memoirs, published in 1955 and 1956, difficult to read and enjoy. This new edition, reduced to half the length of the original text, offers a new generation of readers the thrill of hearing the unique and authentic voice of Harry S. Truman, probably the most important president of the last seventy-five years, telling the story of his life, his presidency, and some of the most important years in American history.
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Public Papers of the Presidents of the United States Harry S Truman 1951 Volume 7

Public Papers of the Presidents of the United States  Harry S  Truman  1951  Volume 7

227 The President's News Conference of 228 Letter to the President of the Senate on the ... THE PRESIDENT. There is a possibility, a stronger possibility than ever, I think, if we 'The reporter was referring to the conference for the ...

Author: Truman, Harry S.

Publisher: Best Books on

ISBN: 9781623761288

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Page: 750

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Congressional Record

Congressional Record

Albert Evan Broms '68 , President , Student Govern- Henry S. Levine '68 , President , Student GovHenry S. Levine '68 , President , Student Gov- F. May , Jr. , '69 , Editor , Campus Newspaper . ment . Stephen J. Winters '68 , Editor ...

Author: United States. Congress

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ISBN: MSU:31293011645177

Category: Law

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Defense Production Act Inventories

Defense Production Act Inventories

I cannot tell you who the president of that chamber is . The newspaper editor in Mangum is Mr. Ben Langdon . I cannot think of the name of the newspaperman in Granite . Senator Douglas . As I understand it , a loan of approximately $ 21 ...

Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Banking and Currency

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ISBN: UCAL:B2923897

Category: Industrial priorities

Page: 103

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Area Redevelopment Act Amendments 1963

Area Redevelopment Act Amendments  1963

I cannot tell you who the president of that chamber is . The newspaper editor in Mangum is Mr. Ben Langdon . I cannot think of the name of the newspaperman in Granite . Senator DoUGLAS . As I understand it , a loan of approximately $ 21 ...

Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Banking and Currency Committee

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105019587984

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Page: 377

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Presidential Leadership

Presidential Leadership

From Woodrow Wilson to Harry S. Truman Robert H. Ferrell ... Few writers on the presidency have used the memoir. ... the newspaperman of Kansas who hated Harding with a passion because an Ohio newspaperman had become president in 1921 ...

Author: Robert H. Ferrell

Publisher: University of Missouri Press

ISBN: 9780826264909

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 168

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Ever since the presidency of Richard M. Nixon, scholars have been in a quandary over how much they really know about our country's presidents. Nixon, as is now understood, was unstable in personality. The signs appeared well before the discovery of the infamous Watergate tapes, an appalling example of what the presidency could come to. Many Americans have difficulty penetrating the public persona of their leaders. But to know the private side of such figures-the cores of their being-is important, because this side often governs what they do publicly. In Presidential Leadership, Robert H. Ferrell examines four sometimes maligned, sometimes misunderstood presidents: Woodrow Wilson, Warren G. Harding, Calvin Coolidge, and Harry S. Truman. Along with these portraits, Ferrell incorporates comments on Hoover and Franklin Delano Roosevelt as well as key figures in each president's administration. Also included in this volume is historian John A. Garraty's interview with Ferrell on American foreign policy from 1919 to 1945. As is his style, Ferrell draws from many sources previously untapped. In the case of Wilson, Ferrell relies on the diary of Colonel Edward M. House, who served under Wilson during his presidency. Ferrell uses White House physician Joel T. Boone's diary to provide an insider's look at Harding, Coolidge, and Hoover. In dealing with these presidents, Ferrell debunks long-held myths and approaches the presidencies with fresh insights into what drove them to make the decisions they made. Throughout the book, Ferrell emphasizes the personal styles of each president. He not only shows how they made their own determinations but also evaluates those whom they appointed to important positions. Scholars of American history will welcome this insightful look at the men who saw the United States through the first half of the twentieth century.
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