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Truman is a truly great movie depicting the President of the United States Harry S Trumans life from 1910 to 1953 when he resigned from office It begins with Mr President sitting in a train talking to his advisors about how the polls are looking for the new Presidential election of 1948 He starts to write a letter to his wife Bess Truman but the picture fades into a memory from his past In this next scene the viewer meets Besss parents back in the 1910s Soon they marry and Harry needs money to pay back his debts during the Great Depression so he takes the offer up of being Judge of Jackson County Missouri Baby Margaret Truman is born and even more money is needed so Harry wants to run for Governor of Missouri but Tom Pendergast who was the man that invited Truman to be Judge turns him down Instead he asks Harry to run for US Senate After winning the election and is Senator for a while he is hounded to be Vice President He finally gives in to the pleads and is officially the VP Then in a tragic turn of events President Roosevelt dies and as Truman is the Vice President he is the new President of the United States This new position also puts him in charge of World War II During this time the President must deal with the Manhattan Project which is the building of the atomic bomb and whether or not to drop the powerful bomb on Japan He decides to go ahead and drop it which some people in high office strongly disagree with but it forces Japan to see the great power of the United States and makes them surrender and takes Hirohito off the empiric throne Mr Truman then makes the Civil Rights allowing people of all races the same treatment and no biases or racism And now the memory catches up to
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