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elected vice president in Roosevelt's 4th term

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All the assets of Truman Bank were taken over by Simmons.
Truman refused to recognize this enclave as "the Jewish state." Despite Barack Obama's reference to the Jewish state in a recent speech on the Middle East, during the final days before granting recognition and thereby "legitimacy," Truman was consumed with the fear that Zionist aspirations would lead to a racist or a theocratic state.
For years, the revisionist school of thought dominated the historiography of Truman's foreign policy, and Arnold A.
Not much critical work has been done with director Peter Weir's filmic text The Truman Show (1998), especially from a utopian standpoint.
Truman conducted more than 16,500 flight hours in direct combat support for Operations New Dawn and Enduring Freedom, and supported maritime security operations and theater security cooperation efforts in the U.S.
Until the transmission of the television program is cut off near the end of the movie, any scenic representation of Truman may be perceived as a scene in the movie or as a representation of a scene from the television program.
TRUMAN WAS FIRST ELECTED to the Senate in 1934 as a product of Kansas City's corrupt Pendergast machine.
The police arrest Joey Gamble, 20, who was interviewed by Haley on the day of the murder, but Carpenter suspects the man who tried to kill Truman may be the true culprit.
"They're reading it as they come through the line," Truman said to WTKR news.
Fuchs, who now lives in Saline Care Center in Harrisburg, said she did not remember the circumstances of Truman's visit, but the memory stands out.
Harry Truman won in the November, 1948, US presidential election.
Truman and the Four Months that Changed the World by A.J.
Harry & Arthur: Truman, Vandenberg, and the Partnership that Created the Free World.
When the Korean War broke out in June 1950, nuclear weapons was one of the first military options considered by president Harry Truman and advisers.