The Case Against President Truman

Taft, Robert A.
September 1948
Saturday Evening Post;9/25/1948, Vol. 221 Issue 13, p18
The article presents a case against the reelection of U.S. President Harry S. Truman. It discusses Truman's political record, especially in the issue of government spending, employment, and tax reduction. It describes his attitude towards labor and business and his stand on foreign policy. It describes what the U.S. would be like if Truman would be given the full power to implement the policies he had advocated.


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