2 edition of Years for decision found in the catalog.
Years for decision
Roger D. Roderick
by U.S. Dept. of Labor, Employment and Training Administration in Washington, DC
Written in English
|Statement||[by] Roger D. Roderick and Andrew I. Kohen|
|Series||R & D monograph:|
|Contributions||Kohen, Andrew I.|
|The Physical Object|
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explorers who began the western march from the Mississippi to the Pacific, from Canada to the annexation of Texas, California, and the southwest lands from Mexico. It is the penultimate book of a trilogy which includes Across the Wide Missouri (for which DeVoto won both the Pulitzer and Bancroft prizes) and/5.
A very interesting book in Truman's own words on one of the most momentous years in the last century. I read this after McCullough's book on Truman and gained new insights into his thinking on Potsdam, the Russians, atomic energy, the end of the war, making the peace, etc.4/5.
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