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Alle Präsidenten der Vereinigten Staaten von Amerika (einschließlich der Franklin D. Roosevelt (geb. , † ), – (verstorben), Demokrat. US-Präsidenten seit Im April wurde Vizepräsident Harry Truman durch den Tod Franklin D. Roosevelts Dwight D. Eisenhower durchlief vor. Harry S. Truman (* 8. Mai in Lamar, Missouri; † Dezember in Kansas City, Missouri; eigentlich Harry S Truman) war ein US-amerikanischer Politiker der Demokratischen Partei und von bis der Auf Pendergasts Betreiben gelang ihm der Sprung in den US-Senat, dem er nach einer.

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President of the United States was Harry S. Truman was in office from through Truman assumed office with a reputation as "the Senator from Pendergast.

He later defended the patronage decisions by saying that "by offering a little to the machine, [he] saved a lot". Truman was politically weakened by Pendergast's imprisonment for income tax evasion the previous year; the senator had remained loyal, having claimed that Republican judges not the Roosevelt administration were responsible for the boss's downfall.

Louis party leader Robert E. Hannegan 's support of Truman proved crucial; he later brokered the deal that put Truman on the national ticket.

In the end, Stark and Milligan split the anti-Pendergast vote in the Senate Democratic primary and Truman won by a total of 8, votes.

Davis by 51—49 percent. One week after Hitler invaded the Soviet Union in , he said:. If we see that Germany is winning we ought to help Russia, and if Russia is winning we ought to help Germany, and that way let them kill as many as possible although I don't want to see Hitler victorious under any circumstances.

In late , Truman traveled to various military bases. The waste and profiteering he saw led him to use his subcommittee chairmanship in the Committee on Military Affairs to start investigations into abuses while the nation prepared for war.

A new special committee was set up under Truman to conduct a formal investigation; the Roosevelt administration supported this plan rather than weather a more hostile probe by the House of Representatives.

The main mission of the committee was to expose and fight waste and corruption in the gigantic government wartime contracts.

Truman's initiative convinced Senate leaders of the necessity for the committee, which reflected his demands for honest and efficient administration and his distrust of big business and Wall Street.

Truman managed the committee "with extraordinary skill" and usually achieved consensus, generating heavy media publicity that gave him a national reputation.

Vice President Henry Wallace was popular among Democratic voters, but he was viewed as too far to the left and too friendly to labor for some of Roosevelt's advisers.

The President and several of his confidantes wanted to replace Wallace with someone more acceptable to Democratic Party leaders and Roosevelt's advisors, knowing that Roosevelt might not live out a fourth term.

Walker , incoming chairman Hannegan, party treasurer Edwin W. Allen all wanted to keep Wallace off the ticket.

State and city party leaders strongly preferred Truman, and Roosevelt agreed. Truman did not campaign for the Vice-Presidential spot, though he welcomed the attention as evidence that he had become more than the "Senator from Pendergast".

Truman's nomination was dubbed the "Second Missouri Compromise " and was well received. The Roosevelt—Truman ticket achieved a —99 electoral-vote victory in the election, defeating the Republican ticket of Governor Thomas E.

Truman was sworn in as vice president on January 20, Truman's brief vice-presidency was relatively uneventful. Taft amendment that would have blocked the postwar delivery of Lend-Lease Act items contracted for during the war.

He brushed aside the criticism, saying simply, "He was always my friend and I have always been his.

Truman had been vice president for 82 days when President Roosevelt died on April 12, He had just adjourned the session for the day and was preparing to have a drink in House Speaker Sam Rayburn 's office when he received an urgent message to go immediately to the White House.

Truman assumed President Roosevelt wanted to meet with him, but Eleanor Roosevelt informed him her husband had died after suffering a massive cerebral hemorrhage.

Truman's first concern was for Mrs. He asked if there was anything he could do for her, to which she replied, "Is there anything we can do for you?

For you are the one in trouble now! Truman surrounded himself with his old friends, and appointed several to high positions that seemed well beyond their competence, including his two secretaries of the treasury, Fred Vinson and John Snyder.

His closest friend in the White House was his military aide Harry H. Vaughan , who was criticized for trading access to the White House for expensive gifts.

Truman loved to spend as much time as possible playing poker, telling stories and sipping bourbon. Alonzo Hamby notes that:. Neither was the intemperant "give 'em hell" campaign style nor the occasional profane phrase uttered in public.

Poker exemplified a larger problem: Shortly after taking the oath of office, Truman spoke to reporters: I don't know if you fellas ever had a load of hay fall on you, but when they told me what happened yesterday, I felt like the moon, the stars, and all the planets had fallen on me.

Upon assuming the presidency, Truman asked all the members of Roosevelt's cabinet to remain in place, and told them he was open to their advice.

He emphasized a central principle of his administration: Truman benefited from a honeymoon period after Roosevelt's death, and from the Allies' success in Europe, ending the war against Nazi Germany.

Truman was pleased to issue the proclamation of V-E Day on May 8, , his 61st birthday. We have discovered the most terrible bomb in the history of the world.

It may be the fire destruction prophesied in the Euphrates Valley Era, after Noah and his fabulous Ark. He was there when he learned that the Trinity test of the first atomic bomb on July 16 had been successful.

He hinted to Joseph Stalin that the U. Though this was the first time the Soviets had been officially given information about the atomic bomb, Stalin was already aware of the bomb project, having learned about it through espionage long before Truman did.

In August, the Japanese government refused surrender demands as specifically outlined in the Potsdam Declaration. With the invasion of mainland Japan imminent, Truman approved the schedule for dropping the two available bombs.

Truman always said that attacking Japan with atomic bombs saved many lives on both sides; military estimates for the invasion of mainland Japan were that it could take a year and result in , to , U.

Hiroshima was bombed on August 6, and Nagasaki three days later, leaving , dead. Japan agreed to surrender the following day.

Supporters [c] of Truman's decision argue that, given the tenacious Japanese defense of the outlying islands, the bombings saved hundreds of thousands of lives of prisoners, civilians, and combatants on both sides that would have been lost in an invasion of Japan.

Critics have argued that the use of nuclear weapons was unnecessary, given that conventional tactics such as firebombing and naval blockade or a demonstrative bombing of an uninhabited area would have forced Japan's surrender and therefore assert that the attack constituted a crime of war.

During the presidential campaign , Truman defended his decision to deploy atomic bombs during the war:.

As President of the United States, I had the fateful responsibility of deciding whether or not to use this weapon for the first time.

It was the hardest decision I ever had to make. But the President cannot duck hard problems—he cannot pass the buck. I made the decision after discussions with the ablest men in our Government, and after long and prayerful consideration.

I decided that the bomb should be used in order to end the war quickly and save countless lives—Japanese as well as American.

Truman continued to strongly defend himself in his memoirs in —56, stating that many lives could have been lost had the U.

In , he stood by his decision, telling a journalist that "it was done to save , youngsters on the U. It probably also saved a half million youngsters on both sides from being maimed for life.

The end of World War II was followed by an uneasy transition from war to a peacetime economy. The costs of the war effort had been enormous, and Truman was intent on diminishing military services as quickly as possible to curtail the government's military expenditures.

The effect of demobilization on the economy was unknown, proposals were met with skepticism and resistance, and fears existed that the nation would slide back into depression.

In Roosevelt's final years, Congress began to reassert legislative power and Truman faced a congressional body where Republicans and conservative southern Democrats formed a powerful voting bloc.

Dormant stressors during the war emerged as polarizing issues under Truman's administration. Truman's response to the widespread dissatisfaction and protest of US citizens was generally seen as ineffective.

In and , Farmers refused to sell grain for months even though it was desperately needed in the US and to stave off starvation in Europe.

In January a steel strike involving , laborers became the largest in the nation's history. It was followed by a coal strike in April and a rail strike in May; however, public opinion on labor action was mixed with one poll reporting a majority of the public in favor of a ban on strikes by public service workers and a year's moratorium on labor actions.

When a national rail strike threatened in May , Truman seized the railroads in an attempt to contain the issue, but two key railway unions struck anyway.

The entire national railroad system was shut down, immobilizing 24, freight trains and , passenger trains a day.

Every single one of the strikers and their demagogue leaders have been living in luxury. Now I want you who are my comrades in arms Let's put transportation and production back to work, hang a few traitors and make our own country safe for democracy.

His staff was stunned, but top aide Clark Clifford revised the original draft and Truman delivered a toned down version of the speech to Congress.

Truman called for a new law, where any railroad strikers would be drafted into the Army. As he concluded his congressional address, he received a message that the strike had been settled on presidential terms; nevertheless, a few hours later, the House voted to draft the strikers.

Taft killed the bill in the Senate. After the settlement of the railway strike, labor action continued as an undercurrent of Truman's presidency.

Truman cooperated closely with the Republican leaders on foreign policy, but fought them bitterly on domestic issues.

The power of the labor unions was significantly curtailed by the Taft—Hartley Act which was enacted over Truman's veto.

Truman twice vetoed bills to lower income tax rates in Although the initial vetoes were sustained, Congress overrode his veto of a tax cut bill in In one notable instance of bipartisanship, Congress passed the Presidential Succession Act of , which replaced the Secretary of State with the Speaker of the House and the President pro tempore of the Senate as successor to the President after the Vice President.

As he readied for the election, Truman made clear his identity as a Democrat in the New Deal tradition, advocating for national health insurance , [] and repeal of the Taft—Hartley Act.

He broke with the New Deal by initiating an aggressive civil rights program which he termed a moral priority. His economic and social vision constituted a broad legislative agenda that came to be called the " Fair Deal.

The Solid South rejected civil rights as those states still enforced segregation. Only one of the major Fair Deal bills, the Housing Act of , was ever enacted.

In this, he matched U. Although he had little personal expertise on foreign matters, Truman listened closely to his top advisors, especially George Marshall and Dean Acheson.

He won bipartisan support for both the Truman Doctrine , which formalized a policy of Soviet containment , and the Marshall Plan , which aimed to help rebuild postwar Europe.

In theory, the CIA had the purview to gather, process, and analyze national security information from around the world. It has become an operational and at times a policy-making arm of the government.

This has led to trouble and may have compounded our difficulties in several explosive areas. Truman was torn about China, where the Nationalists and Communists were fighting a large-scale civil war, because the Nationalists had been major wartime allies and had large-scale popular support in the United States, along with a powerful lobby.

General George Marshall spent most of in China trying to negotiate a compromise, but failed. He convinced Truman that the Nationalists would never win on their own and that a very large-scale U.

By , the Communists under Mao Zedong had won the civil war, the United States had a new enemy in Asia, and Truman came under fire from conservatives for "losing" China.

The Allies had not negotiated a deal to guarantee supply of the sectors deep within the Soviet-occupied zone. The commander of the U. Clay , proposed sending a large armored column across the Soviet zone to West Berlin with instructions to defend itself if it were stopped or attacked.

Truman believed this would entail an unacceptable risk of war. He approved Ernest Bevin 's plan to supply the blockaded city by air. On June 25, the Allies initiated the Berlin Airlift , a campaign to deliver food, coal and other supplies using military aircraft on a massive scale.

Nothing like it had ever been attempted before, and no single nation had the capability, either logistically or materially, to accomplish it.

The airlift worked; ground access was again granted on May 11, Nevertheless, the airlift continued for several months after that.

The Berlin Airlift was one of Truman's great foreign policy successes; it significantly aided his election campaign in Truman had long taken an interest in the history of the Middle East, and was sympathetic to Jews who sought to re-establish their ancient homeland in Mandatory Palestine.

As a senator, he announced support for Zionism ; in he called for a homeland for those Jews who survived the Nazi regime. However, State Department officials were reluctant to offend the Arabs, who were opposed to the establishment of a Jewish state in the large region long populated and dominated culturally by Arabs.

Secretary of Defense James Forrestal warned Truman of the importance of Saudi Arabian oil in another war; Truman replied that he would decide his policy on the basis of justice, not oil.

Marshall believed the paramount threat to the U. I saw it, and I dream about it even to this day. The Jews needed some place where they could go. It is my attitude that the American government couldn't stand idly by while the victims [of] Hitler's madness are not allowed to build new lives.

The presidential election is remembered for Truman's stunning come-from-behind victory. Eisenhower , a highly popular figure whose political views and party affiliation were totally unknown.

Eisenhower emphatically refused to accept, and Truman outflanked opponents to his own nomination. At the Democratic National Convention , Truman attempted to unify the party with a vague civil rights plank in the party platform.

His intention was to assuage the internal conflicts between the northern and southern wings of his party. Events overtook his efforts.

A sharp address given by Mayor Hubert Humphrey of Minneapolis —as well as the local political interests of a number of urban bosses—convinced the Convention to adopt a stronger civil rights plank, which Truman approved wholeheartedly.

All of Alabama's delegates, and a portion of Mississippi's, walked out of the convention in protest.

Republicans approve of the American farmer, but they are willing to help him go broke. They stand four-square for the American home—but not for housing.

They are strong for labor—but they are stronger for restricting labor's rights. They favor minimum wage—the smaller the minimum wage the better.

They endorse educational opportunity for all—but they won't spend money for teachers or for schools.

They think modern medical care and hospitals are fine—for people who can afford them They think American standard of living is a fine thing—so long as it doesn't spread to all the people.

And they admire the Government of the United States so much that they would like to buy it. Within two weeks of the convention Truman issued Executive Order , racially integrating the U.

Armed Services [] [] [] and Executive Order to integrate federal agencies. Truman took a considerable political risk in backing civil rights, and many seasoned Democrats were concerned that the loss of Dixiecrat support might destroy the Democratic Party.

South Carolina Governor Strom Thurmond , a segregationist, declared his candidacy for the presidency on a Dixiecrat ticket and led a full-scale revolt of Southern " states' rights " proponents.

This rebellion on the right was matched by one on the left, led by Wallace on the Progressive Party ticket.

Victory in November seemed unlikely as the party was not simply split but divided three ways. Barkley , though he really wanted Justice William O.

Douglas , who turned down the nomination. Truman's political advisors described the political scene as "one unholy, confusing cacophony.

Bray said Truman took this advice, and spoke personally and passionately, sometimes even setting aside his notes to talk to Americans "of everything that is in my heart and soul.

His combative appearances captured the popular imagination and drew huge crowds. Six stops in Michigan drew a combined half-million people; [] a full million turned out for a New York City ticker-tape parade.

The large, mostly spontaneous gatherings at Truman's whistle-stop events were an important sign of a change in momentum in the campaign, but this shift went virtually unnoticed by the national press corps.

It continued reporting Republican Thomas Dewey 's apparent impending victory as a certainty. One reason for the press's inaccurate projection was that polls were conducted primarily by telephone, but many people, including much of Truman's populist base, did not yet own a telephone.

An unintended and undetected projection error may have contributed to the perception of Truman's bleak chances. The three major polling organizations stopped polling well before the November 2 election date— Roper in September, and Crossley and Gallup in October—thus failing to measure the period when Truman appears to have surged past Dewey.

In the end, Truman held his progressive Midwestern base, won most of the Southern states despite the civil rights plank, and squeaked through with narrow victories in a few critical states, notably Ohio, California, and Illinois.

The final tally showed the President had secured electoral votes, Dewey , and Thurmond only Henry Wallace got none.

The defining image of the campaign came after Election Day, when an ecstatic Truman held aloft the erroneous front page of the Chicago Tribune with a huge headline proclaiming " Dewey Defeats Truman.

Truman's second inauguration was the first ever televised nationally. The Soviet Union's atomic bomb project progressed much faster than had been expected and they detonated their first bomb on August 29, In response, on January 7, , Truman announced the detonation of the first U.

In the early weeks of the war, the North Koreans easily pushed back their southern counterparts. Navy could not enforce such a measure. Truman decided that he did not need formal authorization from Congress, believing that most legislators supported his position; this would come back to haunt him later, when the stalemated conflict was dubbed "Mr.

Truman's War" by legislators. Lucas said that Congress supported the use of force, that the formal resolution would pass but was unnecessary, and that the consensus in Congress was to acquiesce.

Truman responded that he did not want "to appear to be trying to get around Congress and use extra-Constitutional powers," and added that it was "up to Congress whether such a resolution should be introduced.

By August , U. Johnson , replacing him with the retired General Marshall. However, China surprised the UN forces with a large-scale invasion in November.

The UN forces were forced back to below the 38th parallel , then recovered. Truman rejected MacArthur's request to attack Chinese supply bases north of the Yalu, but MacArthur promoted his plan to Republican House leader Joseph Martin , who leaked it to the press.

Truman was gravely concerned that further escalation of the war might lead to open conflict with the Soviet Union, which was already supplying weapons and providing warplanes with Korean markings and Soviet aircrew.

Therefore, on April 11, , Truman fired MacArthur from his commands. Truman to biographer Merle Miller , , posthumously quoted in Time magazine, The dismissal of General Douglas MacArthur was among the least politically popular decisions in presidential history.

Truman's approval ratings plummeted, and he faced calls for his impeachment from, among others, Senator Robert A. Others, including Eleanor Roosevelt, supported and applauded Truman's decision.

MacArthur meanwhile returned to the U. Truman and his generals considered the use of nuclear weapons against the Chinese army, but ultimately chose not to escalate the war to a nuclear level.

It called for tripling the defense budget, and the globalization and militarization of containment policy whereby the U. The document was drafted by Paul Nitze , who consulted State and Defense officials, and was formally approved by President Truman as official national strategy after the war began in Korea.

It called for partial mobilization of the U. The plan called for strengthening Europe, weakening the Soviet Union, and building up the U.

Early in Truman's second term, his former Secretary of Defense Forrestal died soon after retiring. Forrestal had become exhausted through years of hard labor during and after the war, and had begun to suffer depression.

He retired in March ; soon after, he was hospitalized but committed suicide in May. The treaty establishing it was widely popular and easily passed the Senate in ; Truman appointed General Eisenhower as commander.

NATO's goals were to contain Soviet expansion in Europe and to send a clear message to communist leaders that the world's democracies were willing and able to build new security structures in support of democratic ideals.

The alliance resulted in the Soviets establishing a similar alliance, called the Warsaw Pact. General Marshall was Truman's principal adviser on foreign policy matters, influencing such decisions as the U.

Marshall's opinion was contrary to the counsel of almost all of Truman's other advisers—Marshall thought propping up Chiang's forces would drain U.

He said that an underground communist network had worked inside the U. Chambers did not allege any spying during the Truman presidency. Although Hiss denied the allegations, he was convicted in January for perjury for denials under oath.

The Soviet Union's success in exploding an atomic weapon in and the fall of the nationalist Chinese the same year led many Americans to conclude that subversion by Soviet spies was responsible, and to demand that communists be rooted out from the government and other places of influence.

Wisconsin Senator McCarthy accused the State Department of harboring communists and rode the controversy to political fame, [] leading to the Second Red Scare , [] also known as McCarthyism.

In , Truman described American communist leaders, whom his administration was prosecuting , as "traitors", but in he vetoed the McCarran Internal Security Act.

It was passed over his veto. In , Truman ordered an addition to the exterior of the White House: The addition was unpopular.

Some said it spoiled the appearance of the south facade, but it gave the First Family more living space.

That August, a section of floor collapsed, and Truman's bedroom and bathroom were closed as unsafe.

No public announcement about the serious structural problems of the White House was made until after the election had been won.

By then Truman had been informed that his new balcony was the only part of the building that was sound. The Truman family moved into nearby Blair House during the renovations.

As the newer West Wing , including the Oval Office , remained open, Truman walked to and from his work across the street each morning and afternoon.

In due course, the decision was made to demolish and rebuild the whole interior of the main White House, as well as excavate new basement levels and underpin the foundations.

The famous exterior of the structure was buttressed and retained while the extensive renovations proceeded inside. The work lasted from December until March On the street outside the residence, Torresola mortally wounded a White House policeman, Leslie Coffelt.

Before he died, the officer shot and killed Torresola. Collazo was wounded and stopped before he entered the house. Upstairs, upon hearing gunshots, Truman had jumped up from a nap and looked out his second floor window, 31 feet 9.

A White House guard shouted at Truman to get away from the window, which he did. Collazo was found guilty of murder and sentenced to death in Truman commuted his sentence to life in prison.

To try to settle the question of Puerto Rican independence, Truman allowed a plebiscite in Puerto Rico in to determine the status of its relationship to the U.

Sawyer , to take control of a number of the nation's steel mills in April Truman cited his authority as Commander in Chief and the need to maintain an uninterrupted supply of steel for munitions for the war in Korea.

The 6—3 decision, which held that Truman's assertion of authority was too vague and was not rooted in any legislative action by Congress, was delivered by a Court composed entirely of Justices appointed by either Truman or Roosevelt.

The high court's reversal of Truman's order was one of the notable defeats of his presidency. In , the Senate, led by Estes Kefauver , investigated numerous charges of corruption among senior administration officials, some of whom received fur coats and deep freezers in exchange for favors.

A large number of employees of the Internal Revenue Bureau today the IRS were accepting bribes; employees either resigned or were fired in , [] with many soon facing indictment.

When Attorney General J. Howard McGrath fired the special prosecutor in early for being too zealous, Truman fired McGrath. On December 6, , Washington Post music critic Paul Hume wrote a critical review of a concert by the president's daughter Margaret Truman:.

Miss Truman is a unique American phenomenon with a pleasant voice of little size and fair quality I've just read your lousy review of Margaret's concert.

I've come to the conclusion that you are an "eight ulcer man on four ulcer pay. When you write such poppy-cock as was in the back section of the paper you work for it shows conclusively that you're off the beam and at least four of your ulcers are at work.

Some day I hope to meet you. When that happens you'll need a new nose, a lot of beefsteak for black eyes, and perhaps a supporter below!

Pegler , a gutter snipe, is a gentleman alongside you. I hope you'll accept that statement as a worse insult than a reflection on your ancestry.

Truman was criticized by many for the letter. However, he pointed out that he wrote it as a loving father and not as the president.

In , William M. Boyle , Truman's longtime friend and chairman of the Democratic National Committee, was forced to resign after being charged with financial corruption.

A report by the Truman administration titled To Secure These Rights presented a detailed ten-point agenda of civil rights reforms.

Speaking about this report, international developments have to be taken into account, for with the UN-Charter being passed in , the question whether international human rights law could be applicable also on an inner-land basis became crucial in the U.

Though the report acknowledged that such a path was not free from controversy in the s U. In February , the president submitted a civil rights agenda to Congress that proposed creating several federal offices devoted to issues such as voting rights and fair employment practices.

Another executive order, also in , made it illegal to discriminate against persons applying for civil service positions based on race.

This committee ensured defense contractors did not discriminate because of race. Truman made five international trips during his presidency: In , the U.

The latter clause would have applied to Truman's situation in except that a grandfather clause in the amendment explicitly excluded the amendment from applying to the current president.

However all his close advisors, pointing to his age, his failing abilities, and his poor showing in the polls, talked him out of it. His first choice, Chief Justice Fred M.

Vinson , had declined to run; Illinois Governor Adlai Stevenson had also turned Truman down, Vice President Barkley was considered too old, [] [] and Truman distrusted and disliked Senator Kefauver, who had made a name for himself by his investigations of the Truman administration scandals.

Truman had hoped to recruit General Eisenhower as a Democratic candidate, but found him more interested in seeking the Republican nomination.

Accordingly, Truman let his name be entered in the New Hampshire primary by supporters. The highly unpopular Truman was handily defeated by Kefauver; 18 days later the president formally announced he would not seek a second full term.

Truman was eventually able to persuade Stevenson to run, and the governor gained the nomination at the Democratic National Convention.

Eisenhower gained the Republican nomination, with Senator Nixon as his running mate, and campaigned against what he denounced as Truman's failures: He pledged to clean up the "mess in Washington," and promised to "go to Korea.

While Truman and Eisenhower had previously been on good terms, Truman felt annoyed that Eisenhower did not denounce Joseph McCarthy during the campaign.

Anti-Semitism, anti-Catholicism, and anti-foreignism" within the Republican Party. Upon leaving the presidency, Truman returned to Independence, Missouri, to live at the Wallace home he and Bess had shared for years with her mother.

He also turned down numerous offers for commercial endorsements. Since his earlier business ventures had proved unsuccessful, he had no personal savings.

As a result, he faced financial challenges. Once Truman left the White House, his only income was his old army pension: In , however, there was no such benefit package for former presidents, [] and he received no pension for his Senate service.

Truman took out a personal loan from a Missouri bank shortly after leaving office, and then found a lucrative book deal for his memoirs.

Memoirs by Harry S. Year of Decisions and Memoirs by Harry S. Years of Trial and Hope. The former president was quoted in as saying to then-House Majority Leader John McCormack , "Had it not been for the fact that I was able to sell some property that my brother, sister, and I inherited from our mother, I would practically be on relief, but with the sale of that property I am not financially embarrassed.

Truman's predecessor, Franklin D. Roosevelt, had organized his own presidential library , but legislation to enable future presidents to do something similar had not been enacted.

Truman worked to garner private donations to build a presidential library, which he donated to the federal government to maintain and operate—a practice adopted by his successors.

Max Skidmore, in his book on the life of former presidents, noted that Truman was a well-read man, especially in history.

Skidmore added that the presidential papers legislation and the founding of his library "was the culmination of his interest in history.

Together they constitute an enormous contribution to the United States—one of the greatest of any former president.

Averell Harriman of New York. After a fall in his home in late , his physical condition declined. In , President Lyndon B. Johnson signed the Medicare bill at the Harry S.

Truman Presidential Library and Museum and gave the first two Medicare cards to Truman and his wife Bess to honor the former president's fight for government health care while in office.

He developed multiple organ failure and died at 7: A week after the funeral, foreign dignitaries and Washington officials attended a memorial service at Washington National Cathedral.

Bess died in ; they are buried at the Harry S. Truman Library and Museum in Independence. Vigorous, hard-working, simple, he had grown up close to the soil of the Midwest and understood the struggles of the people on the farms and in the small towns.

After 10 years in the Senate, he had risen above the Pendergast organization. Still, he had come from a world of two-bit politicians, and its aura was one that he never was able to shed entirely.

And he did retain certain characteristics one often sees in machine-bred politicians: Citing continuing divisions within the Democratic Party, the ongoing Cold War, and the boom and bust cycle, journalist Samuel Lubell in stated: Nowhere in the whole Truman record can one point to a single, decisive break-through All his skills and energies—and he was among our hardest-working Presidents—were directed to standing still.

The period following his death consolidated a partial rehabilitation of his legacy among both historians and members of the public. This public reassessment of Truman was aided by the popularity of a book of reminiscences Truman had recounted to journalist Merle Miller beginning in , with the agreement that they would not be published until after Truman's death.

Truman has had his latter-day critics as well.

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