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Truman

Harry S. 1884--1972, US Democratic statesman; 33rd president of the US (1945--53). He approved the dropping of the two atomic bombs on Japan (1945), advocated the postwar loan to Britain, and involved the US in the Korean War
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Louis chartered banks, Truman had the highest bad loans at 19%, while the average in the area was 3%.
Those concerns led Zionist leader Chaim Weizzman to lobby Truman with a seven-page letter reassuring him that Jewish settlers envisioned a thoroughly secular state similar to the U.S.
The authors' second contribution is in how they tell the story of the Truman administration's decision-making--as a complex process in which various elements were involved and woven together.
In The Truman Show, Weir has created a biting dystopian social commentary in which the protagonist is cosmically naive.
The Truman crew immediately responded and provided medical care, food, water, and racks to all of the rescued mariners.
The Truman Show tells the story of Truman Burbank (Jim Carrey), a thirty-year old insurance salesman living in the seemingly idyllic small island community of Seahaven.
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Truman, who is also a mom and has worked in the cafeteria for nine years, has written the messages on her own children's bananas for years when she packs their lunch.
"The fact is, I remember her more than I do him," Fuchs says, referring to Bess Truman. "The way she wore her hair, the way she carried herself.
What did President Truman do to bless the Jewish people and to deserve God's blessing in return?