New Team, Old Players

Said Harry Truman, at his press conference: "Since their return, Mr. Hopkins and Mr. Davies have made their reports to me. The results have been completely satisfactory and gratifying."

Asked a reporter: did Harry Hopkins' visit to Moscow result in the solution of the veto question at San Francisco?

Harry Truman shot back that it certainly did.

This was an emphatic indication that gaunt, ailing Harry Hopkins, often written off as the first casualty of the Truman administration, was in solid with his new boss. Harry Truman had apparently found his aid, knowledge...

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