This 45 minute documentary DVD tells the story of why Harry Truman selected a city in rural Missouri as the site for his 1940 U.S. Senate re-election campaign headquarters. Truman has called the 1940 re-election contest his toughest. It opened the door to his vice presidential nomination.
This documentary also examines his "Brotherhood of Man" speech which became a landmark in the national civil rights movement.
Presented in Widescreen format.
Produced by Catherine Edwards
Created and Written by Gary Edwards
Original Music by Catherine Edwards