Harry Truman and the Human Family


By Frank K. Kelly

“Here is a work on Truman that puts a clearer light on his optimism and his belief in human potential than other biographies. This volume is not only good reading – it provides insights into a dimension of the American character that Harry Truman deeply believed in. Frank Kelly, perhaps more than anyone else, was in a position to appreciate this and to help articulate it.”

Hugh Downs, ABC News Commentator


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Paperback 235 pages
Publisher: Capra Press, 1998
ISBN: 0884964329

“The qualities of Harry Truman, so well illuminated in this personal story by a co-worker and speech writer, should serve as models for all leaders of nations – honesty, humility, fervent attachment to truth, belief in a national and world mission, public service, love for justice and the most humble people.”

Robert Muller, former Assistant Secretary-General to the United Nations

“This is a moving and well-written account of the author’s personal dealings with Harry Truman. Anyone interested in the president and post-World War II America will find this memoir extremely valuable.”

Thomas C. Reeves, author of A Question of Character: A Life of John F. Kennedy


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