DEWEY DEFEATS TRUMAN: The 1948 Election and the Battle for America's Soul
In 1948, America was a fractured country. Racism was rampant, foreign relations were fraught and political parties were more divided than ever. This is the thrilling story of the presidential campaign that saw Truman mount a history-making comeback and stake a claim for a new course for America. Photos.
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