The Man of Independence

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The Man of Independence

By Jonathan Daniels
Lippincott, 1950
384 pp. $3.75

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.

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