U.S. At War: Insignificant Faults

On the other side, a Democratic Senator, frequently sharp in his criticism of the Administration's war production, nonetheless put himself on record for Term IV. Said Missouri's able Harry S. Truman (sometimes mentioned for the Vice Presidency) : "The faults [in the Administration's war planning] are insignificant in comparison with the great achievements that have resulted. I think the country realizes that we have wise and experienced leadership. And I am further convinced that this leadership will be continued until the job at hand is completed."


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