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April 12, 1951 — The Chicago Tribune (letter)

The Mossadegh Project | March 22, 2019                                                         


U.S. President Harry S. Truman (1884-1972)

After Truman fired Gen. Douglas MacArthur, a Chicago man suggested impeachment in his letter to the editor of The Chicago Daily Tribune, as shown in their “Voice of the People” section. The Tribune published a front page editorial, Impeach Truman, the same day.

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The Chicago Daily Tribune

IMPEACHMENT PARADE

Chicago, April 11—Why not a monster parade with banners, demanding the resignation of President Truman or his impeachment by congress?

WEBB EDWARDS


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Related links:

President Truman’s Suppression of Dissent Chastised (May 17, 1951 letter)

The Great Betrayal | anti-Truman editorial, April 12, 1951

He Smells A Dictator | Anti-Eisenhower letter, July 10, 1953



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