____ S. ____ was born on May 8, 1884 in Lamar, Missouri. ____ built a reputation for efficiency and absolute honesty in contrast to the bad reputation of many of his political associates. When 50 newspapermen voted on the ten men who had made the greatest contributions to the war effort, ____ was the only legislator on the list. It was late afternoon when Vice President ____ S. ____ had just finished listening to a Senate debate and was given a telephone message. The message asked ____ to get to the White House as soon as possible because President Franklin D. Roosevelt had died in Warm Springs, Georgia. After President ____ took his oath of office, he said to several White House newspapermen: "I feel as though the moon and all the stars and all the planets have fallen upon me. Please, boys, give me your prayers. I need them very much." ____ was now to be the thirty-third president of the United States.
When communist North Korea invaded South Korea in 1950, this president sent troops to help the South Koreans.
This president was left-handed, but his parents made him write with his right hand when he was a boy.
During this man's presidency, some television stations begin broadcasting in color.
This vice president became the thirty-third president when President Franklin D. Roosevelt died in Georgia.
This president once said "Within the first few months, I discovered that being a president is like riding a tiger. A man has to keep on riding or be swallowed."
Who is this president?
Franklin D. Roosevelt Abraham Lincoln Dwight D. Eisenhower Herbert Hoover Harry Truman James Buchanan