Jerry and Harry

December 1973
New Republic;12/8/73, Vol. 169 Issue 23, p4
Focuses on the political career of U.S. vice president Gerald R. Ford. Description of his personality; Comparison of Ford with former president Harry S. Truman; Discussion of the potential of the vice president to be a good president; Information on the conditions prevailing in the U.S.; Report that he undertook to put together a coalition of conservative Republicans and Southern Democrats, who would battle the Democrats; Reference to the book "Beyond the New Deal: Harry S. Truman and American Liberalism," by Alonzo Hamby; View of Ford on labor and civil rights in the U.S.


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