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March 2023
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Your article on Truman tarnished the memory of a great American, and I am sick of these smearing tactics àla Bush and his henchmen. I am a longtime subscriber and one thing I expect of the people running American Heritage is political impartiality. Since the Forbes family took over, a touch of right-wing Republicanism is apparent.

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Stories published from "February/March 1992"

Authored by: John McDonough

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Authored by: The Editors

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Authored by: Nathan Ward

The Telegraph

Authored by: Nathan Ward

Willful Men

Authored by: Nathan Ward

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Authored by: Nathan Ward

Adam’s Fall

Authored by: Fredric Smoler

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Authored by: John Lukacs

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Authored by: Harrison E. Salisbury

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