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He shows Truman’s tenacity as he rose to the presidency by overcoming a number of challenges.
In developing the book, the author divides the book into two with the first eight chapters providing the chorological development of Truman’s biography. He traces Truman’s political development from the moment he was elected the Missouri county commissioner. In doing this, the author shows a progressive nature of the president as he rose systematically to become the country’s president. He shows the challenges the president overcome during his tenure coupled with his complicated campaigns for reelections in 1949. In the second section of the book that comprises of three chapters, the author adopts an analytical view to Truman’s presidency thereby validating some of his propositions and proving that Truman was in deed a powerful politician who successfully led the country in one of the most tumultuous times thereby contributing to the development of the modern United States.
The author’s thesis statement argues that Truman was a great leader who successfully led the country through unrestrained times. The author explains that Truman served as a vice president in President Franklin D. Roosevelt final tenure. When the president died in 1944, Truman automatically became the president as stipulated by the country constitution a feature that made most of his critics claim that Truman was a very small man who rose to the presidency by luck, by happenstance” (Pearson 66). From such a critical viewpoint, the author switches his arguments to show Truman’s growth even to the point when he became a vice president and proceeds to describe his leadership and subsequent reelection.
In proving his claims, the author discusses a number of thematic issues key among which is the Second World War as President Truman led the country through the war and made some of the most controversial yet appropriate decisions. The author discusses the
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