The Presidency by Hugh Sidey: Unadorned, but Proud

At 77, Clark Clifford is paying back a little bit of what he and the nation owe Harry Truman. From Harvard to St. Louis, Clifford is lecturing almost daily about Truman and his times. Tuesday is Truman's 100th birthday, and the celebrations climax with a town party in Independence, Mo., a joint session of Congress, a luncheon with Ronald Reagan as host, and a huge reception in Washing ton for the dwindling band of men and women who were with Truman and for the growing army of those who wish they had been.


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