Category Archives: Media

Truman Leadership Search Update

Dear Truman community, We are writing to update you on the search process for a President and CEO to lead Truman Center and Truman Project forward at a critical time for our nation. Our broad community of passionate patriots could not be better positioned to contribute to our national security, shared prosperity, and leadership role…
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Al Jazeera: Heavy Symbolism of Obama’s India Visit

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Global Policy: Dr. Strangelove 2: An Open Pitch Letter

While it is believed that Stanley Kubrick and colleagues considered a sequel during earlier periods when the storyline was less ripe, key foundations of the original film are particularly relevant today. In each instance, the top leadership of the United States has been forced to react to the misdeeds of overzealous subordinates under their command.
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Providence Journal: 10 facts on Latino working families

The White House recently hosted Summits on Working Families across the country, focusing on “how we can strengthen our nation’s workplaces to better support working families, boost businesses’ bottom lines, and ensure America’s global economic competitiveness in the coming decades.”
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