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Public versus private power during the Truman administration

a study of fair deal liberalism
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Truman, Harry S., 1884-1972., Electric utilities -- Government ownership -- United States -- History., Hydroelectric power plants -- Government ownership -- United States -- History., United States -- Politics and government -- 1945-

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StatementPhyllis Komarek de Luna.
SeriesModern American history,, v. 1, Modern American history (Peter Lang Publishing) ;, v. 1.
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LC ClassificationsHD9685.U5 D4 1997
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Paginationxii, 253 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL981634M
ISBN 100820431443
LC Control Number96019238

Public versus Private Power during the Truman Administration offers the first thorough historical analysis of one of the most contentious aspects of the Fair Deal - President Harry S. Truman's electric power policies. InTruman championed as part of his liberal program a major expansion of public power.

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The presidency of Harry S. Truman began on Apwhen Harry S. Truman became President of the United States upon the death of Franklin D.

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Roosevelt, and ended on Janu He had been Vice President of the United States for only 82 days when he succeeded to the presidency.

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Solution offered during the Truman administration for discrimination and racial violence Wanted an antilynching law, a ban on the poll tax as a voting requirements, a permanent civil rights commission, integration of the armed force, ordered an end to discrimination in the hiring of government employees.

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Truman put forth the Fair Deal, proposals for national health care, public housing, education, and public works projects. Truman's proposed reforms were never realized. In the congressional elections, Republicans gained majorities in both houses of Congress for the first time sinceand set their sights on reversing the liberal.

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Roosevelt. Harry S. Truman was the thirty-third President of the United States. Truman authorized the use of the atomic bomb against Japan in He became President when Franklin Roosevelt became the seventh Chief Executive to die in office. In World War I he was an officer in a unit known for the battles of Saint-Mihiel and Argonne.

That means that Landry would have given at least eighteen oral briefing on flying saucers to President Truman during Truman’s second administration. The flying saucer phenomena became public in Junewhich leads to the possibility that Landry’s predecessor also provided other briefing to Truman before Landry was appointed.

Effective Public Management. by ; consider the contrast in behavior of public and private executives on assuming office. if a public manager has the time and power to build a smoothly.

Although the federal government's share of GDP has declined periodically — as it did during the dot-com prosperity of the s, for example, and during the drawdown of the Obama administration's stimulus package — the overall trend lines for the size and scope of American government on the federal, state, and local levels have moved upward.

Truman Administration (–), United States National Security Policy CARYN E. NEUMANN The onset of the Cold War during the presidency of Harry S. Truman led the executive branch recognize a need to integrate domestic, foreign, and military policies to combat the expansionism of the Soviet Union.

Help inform the discussion. Support the Miller Center. Facebook; Twitter; YouTube. Harry S. Truman ( – ) served as the 33rd President of the United States from April, to January, Under the presidency of Truman, the United States engaged in an internationalist foreign policy, a departure from its policy of tenure as President was dominated by the Cold War in which he adopted a tactics of containment of Soviet expansion.

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