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In this first full-scale account of Harry Truman's evolving views on civil rights, Robert Shogan recounts how Truman outgrew the bigotry of his Missouri upbringing to become the first president since Lincoln to attempt to redress the US's long history of injustice toward its black citizens - and in the process transformed the course of race relations in America. Shogan vividly demonstrates the full significance of the 33rd president's contributions to that transformation.…mehr

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In this first full-scale account of Harry Truman's evolving views on civil rights, Robert Shogan recounts how Truman outgrew the bigotry of his Missouri upbringing to become the first president since Lincoln to attempt to redress the US's long history of injustice toward its black citizens - and in the process transformed the course of race relations in America. Shogan vividly demonstrates the full significance of the 33rd president's contributions to that transformation.