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President Harry Truman 1946

President Harry Truman drinks from a glass of water (left) and pauses between sentences (right) as he faces members of congress in his address on the railroad crisis, on May 25, 1946. As he was speaking, news came that the rail workers had agreed to go back to their jobs. (AP Photo/Byron Rollins)

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May 25, 1946 04:00:00 AM
April 07, 2008 11:43:50 PM
Byron Rollins
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Lifestyle, Rail Transport, Rail Passenger Transport, Labor, Government bodies, Government and Politics, Transportation, Travel, Legislative branch, Rail Passenger Transport
Congress, Government, House, jobs, joint session, Lectern, Microphone, Politics, president, rail road workers, railroad crisis, Senator, Speech, strikes
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