President Harry S. Truman

Capitol

Reconsidering 1/6

The day after the incursion into the U.S. Capitol, I wrote in these pages that the events that day were not part of my conservative movement. Breaking into a federal building and fighting with police is not something that our set does. I was, and I remain, appalled at what I saw.  I remain convinced [...]

Truman’s Decision Was a Great Moral Evil

Editor's note: Due to the continued interest of our readers in the issues raised by Deacon Jim Russell in his defense of Truman's decision to use atomic weapons against Japan in World War II, Crisis furthers the debate with two new essays. Below is a rebuttal to Deacon Russell by Professor Meenan; also published today is [...]

Truman’s Decision Was the Best of the Bad Options Available

Editor's note: The following essay by Deacon Toner is a response to Prof. John Paul Meenan's critique of Deacon Jim Russell's defense of President Truman's decision to use atomic weapons against Hiroshima and Nagasaki during World War II.  President Warren Harding, not a bright man, is supposed to have said, as he mulled over certain [...]

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