An American Democrat: A Reevaluation of the Personality of Harry S. Truman
Alonzo L. Hamby offers an eclectic interpretation of Harry S. Truman's personality. He asserts that American democracy allows a "commoner' such as Truman to reach the presidency. He argues that as a commoner, Truman was a less successful leader than those presidents who were either born to high status or had reached it outside of politics.
The American Presidency: Origins and Development, 1776-1990, Sidney M. Milkis and Michael Nelson Reviewed by Alonzo L. Hamby
The Presidency of Harry S. Truman, Donald R. McCoy Reviewed by Alonzo L. Hamby
The Neoconservatives: The Men who are Changing America's Politics, Peter Steinfels Reviewed by Alonzo L. Hamby
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