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This paper discusses the life and presidency of Harry Truman. It begins by describing his life before he became President of the United States and then goes on to describe the events leading up to his taking over after the death of President Roosevelt in 1945. The paper discusses his choices during his presidency, particularly that of dropping the atomic bomb in 1945 and it discusses his leadership and decision-making abilities, as well as the secret to his success as a president.
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- Levantrosser, William F., ed. Harry S. Truman: The Man from Independence. New York: Greenwood Press, 1986.
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