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I very much enjoyed reading and learning about Harry Truman. He was at times stubborn and inflexible but more often caring, passionate, committed and right. Read morePublished 4 months ago by RDT
He was a real man.
Greatly admired his decision making capabilities.
Where are others with his abilities?
The book reads very well the information is presented in an informative conversational presentation.Published 12 months ago by yuritx
I became interested in Harry Truman after a visit to the Winter White House in Key West. He had values that we should be able to see in our leaders today but unfortunately those... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Judith P.
It is impossible not to be filled with admiration, and a kind of affection, for Truman once you've read this great biography.Published 15 months ago by Pierre Ross
This book made me realize what a great president Truman was, and what a debt he is owed by the free world. Read morePublished on June 8 2014 by Lynne Eisner
This is an excellent book about a president who was underestimated during his presidency and who is now rated as one of the best president. So well documented and written.Published on May 11 2014 by Michel Lemoine
This is an excellent biography. It takes the reader from Truman's boyhood, through his presidency and back home to Missouri. Read morePublished on Aug. 25 2011 by Ken
I don't see how anyone could not enjoy this book. Looking at the history unfolding under Truman, in human cost and in its far reaching consequences, one may feel that our current... Read morePublished on Sept. 24 2006 by Eric Vanasse