Documentary history of the Truman presidency / general editor, Dennis K. Merrill.

Bethesda, Md. : University Publications of America, 1995-
v. : ill., facsims. ; 29 cm.


  • v. 1. The decision to drop the atomic bomb on Japan
  • v. 2. Planning for the postwar world
  • v. 3. United States policy in occupied Germany after World War II: denazification, decartelization, demilitarization, and democritization
  • v. 4. Demobilization and reconversion: rebuilding a peacetime economy following World War II
  • v. 5. Creating a pluralistic democracy in Japan: the occupation government, 1945-1952
  • v. 6. The Chinese civil war: General George C. Marshall's mission to China, 1945-1947-- v. 7. The ideological foundation of the Cold War-the "Long Telegram," the Clifford Report, and NSC 68
  • v. 8. The Truman doctrine and the beginning of the cold war, 1947-1949
  • v. 9. The debate over labor policy: President Truman's battle with congress over passage of the Taft-Hartley Act, January-June 1947.
  • v. 10. President Truman's fight to unify the armed services, 1945-1949
  • v. 11. The Truman administration's civil rights program: the report of the Committee on Civil Rights and President Truman's message to congress of February 1, 1948
  • v. 13. Establishing the Marshall Plan, 1947-1948
  • v. 14. Running from behind: Truman's strategy for the 1948 presidential campaign
  • v. 15. The Fair Deal-President Truman's vision of the American future
  • v. 16. Cold war confrontation: Truman, Stalin, and the Berlin airlift.
  • v. 17. The origins and establishment of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, 1948-1952
  • v. 18. The Korean War: the United States' response to North Korea's invasion of South Korea, June 25, 1950-November 1950
  • v. 19. The Korean War: response to communist China's intervention, October 1950-April 1951
  • v. 20. The Korean War: President Truman's dismissal of General Douglas MacArthur
  • v. 21. The development of an atomic weapons program following World War II
  • v. 22. The emergence of an Asian Pacific rim in American foreign policy: Korea, Japan, and Formosa
  • v. 23. The Central Intelligence Agency: Its founding and the dispute over its mission, 1945-1954
  • v. 24. The United States' recognition of Israel
  • v. 25. President Truman's confrontation with McCarthyism
  • v. 26. Preparing to survive atomic attack: the Truman administration's civil defense program
  • v. 27.The Point Four Program; Reaching out to help the less developed countries
  • v. 28. The Truman scandals: The president congronts a political crisis, 1951-1952
  • v. 29. Oil crisis in Iran
  • v. 30. The constitutional crisis over President Truman's seizure of the steel industry in 1952 --
  • -- v. 31. The Truman administration's civil rights program: the desegregation of the armed forces
  • v. 32. The emergence of an Asian Pacific Rim in American foreign policy: the Philippines, Indochina, Thailand, Burma, Malaya, and Indonesia
  • v. 33. Immigration Policy: President Truman's Veto of the McCarran-Walter Act
  • v. 34. The Truman Administration's Policy toward Native Americans
  • v. 35. The United Nations, 1945-1953: The Development of a World Organization.
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