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Harry Truman

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AMONG ALL OF THE past presidents, there’s good transparency about the inner workings and thoughts of No. 33 (1945-1953), Harry S. Truman (1884-1972). One source of insight was his daughter, Margaret Truman Daniel (1924-2008), who wrote his biography published shortly before his death. Margaret…
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Classic EssaysKevin Alfred Strom

American Dissident Voices program of 22nd October, 1994 by Benjamin H. Freedman
introduced by Kevin Alfred Strom TODAY WE CONTINUE the amazing revelations of one of the most astounding individuals of the 20th century, a man whose memory and writings have been almost entirely obliterated from the…
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Classic Essays

ONE OF THE trappings that go with the character of the historical tyrant is inaccessibility. Irresponsible, myopic and insensitive, he shuts himself away in some round, square or oval office and soon becomes totally out of touch with the “people.” To get to him you have to penetrate huge…
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Classic Essays

Edwin M. Wright (pictured) was an intelligence agent and State Department employee in the 1940s and 1950s. Though an internationalist and an advocate of a plan for bringing refugee Jews to America, he saw clearly the danger posed by Zionism. His account of Jewish crimes and manipulations makes riveting
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