The Edge of Radical: Truman & Sedalia
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
If you wish to purchase an HD DVD of this video contact: KATY Depot – Sedalia, MO (tel. # 660-826-2932)
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