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Who Was Harry Truman I have yet to learn about a more blue collar worker than Harry Truman He was one of few presidents with honest morals and that is very hard to find in politicians and in no way was he ever greedy or selfish His power was never used for his own benefits unlike his first boss Tom Pendergast When he did something he did it to help his community or in the case of his being president he did them for all of America He wasnt brought up on luxury private schools or catering all his life either which greatly adds to his respectful character Never able to use his social standards to advance himself or to make himself money Another thing that I admire about Harry Truman is that all of the people around him were those kind of people that would use their power and the peoples expenses for their advantages This never corrupted him and he always stayed true to his beliefs his ways or their was no way he would be involved His honesty and his hard work earned him the resp ect of millions of people throughout his life Harry S Truman also made some of the most important decisions in human history and changed the course of WWII After Roosevelts sudden death the responsibility of the American people in the war became his and it was not like he was ready or it what so ever He stated after being informed of the news that I feel like the moon the stars and all of the planets have fallen down upon me In his decision of dropping the atomic bomb he had to consider many things his main concern was always the American people and why should it change in a situation of war In order to save more American lives he felt it necessary to drop the bomb on Japan and kill millions more
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