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The Man of Independence

The Man of Independence

By Jonathan Daniels

Lippincott, 1950, 384 pp.

This is the best book to appear thus far on President Truman, and while the author is a stout Democrat and admirer of his subject it is by no means an uncritical study. There are no startling revelations, but the book contains a number of interesting sidelights on Cabinet conflicts as well as a lengthy review of the President's early career.