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Harry S. Truman
used in Killing Kennedy

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33rd President of the United States on Roosevelt's death in 1945 and was elected President in 1948; authorized the use of atomic bombs against Japan, instituted the Truman Doctrine to contain communism (1884-1972)
  • Behind Kennedy stand Lyndon Johnson, Richard Nixon, and Harry Truman.
    p. 10.5
  • 1 percent—almost six points higher than Eisenhower's and a whopping 25 points higher than Harry Truman's.
    p. 90.8
  • Eighteen months ago, Walker was asked to leave the army after telling a newspaper reporter that Harry Truman and Eleanor Roosevelt were most likely Communists.
    p. 158.1

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  • President Truman's study floor had begun vibrating as if on the verge of collapse.
    p. 65.1
  • The fifty-five-year-old career agent and leader of the service, Chief U. E. Baughman, has been in charge since Truman was president.
    p. 10.7
  • The current decor dates to the Truman administration.
    p. 41.5
  • The exterior views were exactly those which Americans had seen throughout the century, except for the balcony on the South Portico—which President Truman added.
    p. 65.5
  • Truman was roundly denounced in 1947 for adding the balcony, which was seen as a desecration of the White House's exterior architecture.
    p. 65.5
  • President Kennedy was initially nervous about Jackie's restoration, fearing that she would come under the same sharp criticism as Truman.
    p. 65.6
  • This "won't be like the Truman Balcony," she insisted, assuring her husband that her efforts would be viewed positively.
    p. 65.7
  • Special Agent Kellerman has served on the White House detail since the early days of World War II and has protected presidents Roosevelt, Truman, Eisenhower, and now Kennedy.
    p. 258.6

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