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Harry Truman

Harry Truman

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  1. An exasperated President Harry Truman once said, “Give me a one-handed economist! All my economists say, ‘on the one hand…on the other.’” Financial markets today probably have a lot ... FULL ARTICLE AT Forbes

  2. Every president has his method of taming the leviathan of bureaucracy. Harry Truman tried vast reorganizations. Lyndon Johnson preferred cerebral task forces. Jimmy Carter tried feeding the beast, George W ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Salt Lake Tribune

  1. Employees of First National Bank of Tuskaloosa hold reunion

    Harry Truman was president when W. Gordon Walker started his banking career in 1951 at age 16 as a runner at First National Bank of Tuskaloosa. FULL ARTICLE AT Dateline Alabama

  2. For the past 65 years, all of the U.S. treasurers have been women

    Since 1949, the U.S. Treasurer position has belonged to women. It all began with President Harry S. Truman’s appointment of Georgia Neese Clark 65 years ago. Since then ... FULL ARTICLE AT Dayton Business Journal

  1. What's Left? Just About Everything On Left Handers Day

    Raise your hand (no, the other one) if you're in favor of International Left Handers Day, first observed in 1976.  Thumbing its nose—with its left thumb no doubt ... FULL ARTICLE AT Boise Weekly

  2. Lauren Bacall, lounging on a piano as Harry Truman plays . FULL ARTICLE AT Talking Points Memo

  3. Bacall's legend more than just acting and Bogart

    Lauren Bacall had one of those incredible lives. FILE - This Jan. 14, 1981 file photo shows actress Lauren Bacall rehearsing with Eivind Harum, for the musical "Woman of the Year ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Sacramento Bee

  4. Lauren Bacall, Harry Truman, 1945

    Lauren Bacall, enjoying a performance by then Vice President Harry Truman. Bacalldied today at age 89. FULL ARTICLE AT Newsvine

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Harry S. Truman (May 8, 1884 – December 26, 1972) was the 33rd President of the United States (1945–1953). As the 34th vice president, he succeeded Franklin D. Roosevelt, who died less than three months after he began his fourth term. During World War I Truman served as an artillery officer. After the war he became part of the political machine of Tom Pendergast and was elected a county... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

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