Truman s Court

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  • Author : Frances Howell Rudko
  • Publisher : Praeger
  • Pages : 200 pages
  • ISBN : 978186723xxxx
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Truman s Court

Truman s Court
  • Author : Frances Howell Rudko
  • Publisher : Praeger
  • Release : 05 December 1988
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A concise, well-written examination by a lawyer-historian of the judicial restraint philosophies of President Truman's four appointees to the Supreme Court: Harold Burton, Fred Vinson, Tom Clark, and Sherman Minton. Rudko's analysis of the four men's opinions in criminal procedure, loyalty-security, racial discrimination, and alien rights cases show that Truman was far more successful than most presidents in choosing justices whose view of the judicial role matched his own. Choice Much of the debate surrounding the Supreme Court can be

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Truman s Whistle stop Campaign
  • Author : Steven R. Goldzwig
  • Publisher : Texas A & M University Press
  • Release : 05 December 2022
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Faced with the likely loss of the 1948 presidential elections, Harry S. Truman decided to do what he did best: talk straight. This text chronicles the origins of Truman's 'give 'em hell' image and the honing of his rhetorical delivery during his ostensibly nonpolitical train trip west, which came to be known as his 'whistle-stop tour'.

Truman s Scientific Guide to Pest Control Operations

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  • Author : Gary W. Bennett
  • Publisher : Edgell Communications
  • Release : 05 December 1988
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  • Author : Franklin D. Mitchell
  • Publisher : University of Missouri Press
  • Release : 05 December 1998
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Based upon extensive research in the papers of President Harry S. Truman and in several journalistic collections, Harry S. Truman and the News Media recounts the story of a once unpopular chief executive who overcame the censure of the news media to ultimately win both the public's and the press's affirmation of his personal and presidential greatness. Franklin D. Mitchell traces the major contours of journalism during the lifetime and presidency of Truman. Although newspapers and newsmagazines are given the

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  • Author : Jon Taylor
  • Publisher : Arcadia Publishing
  • Release : 02 April 2013
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A historical journey through President Truman’s Missouri hometown and the decades he spent there. Even after leaving presidential office at a time when America was in its ascendance to global power, Harry Truman would call Independence, Missouri, the “center of the world.” It was already a town rich in the history of westward exploration and spiritual pilgrimage before he began sixty-four years of residence there, but the way it shaped Truman and was, in turn, shaped by him has

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  • Author : Jon E. Taylor
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 05 December 2022
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  • Author : Gerard Magliocca
  • Publisher : Oxford University Press
  • Release : 19 December 2017
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This is the untold story of the most celebrated part of the Constitution. Until the twentieth century, few Americans called the first ten constitutional amendments drafted by James Madison in 1789 and ratified by the states in 1791 the Bill of Rights. Even more surprising, when people finally started doing so between the Spanish-American War and World War II, the Bill of Rights was usually invoked to justify increasing rather than restricting the authority of the federal government. President Franklin D. Roosevelt

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  • Author : Jennifer Mandelbaum
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 30 January 2003
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This collection offers empirical studies and theoretical essays about human communication in everyday life. The writings come from many of the world's leading researchers and cut across academic boundaries, engaging scholars and teachers from such disciplines as communication, sociology, anthropology, linguistics, and education. Chapters emphasize empirical, qualitative studies of people's everyday uses of talk-in-interaction, and they feature work in such areas as sociolinguistics, conversation analysis, discourse analysis, and ethnography. The volume is dedicated to and highlights themes in the work