Washington, D.C.: May 24, 1946. Truman concluding a press conference about the ongoing railroad strike, declaring that if the workers were not back on the job the next day, he would call upon the armed forces to help run the railroad and protect the strike breakers. | Stock Photo #1035-11981

Stock Photo #1035-11981, Washington, D.C.:   May 24, 1946. Truman concluding a press conference about the ongoing railroad strike, declaring that if the workers were not back on the job the next day, he would call upon the armed forces to help run the railroad and protect the strike breakers.

Stock Photo - Washington, D.C.: May 24, 1946. Truman concluding a press conference about the ongoing railroad strike, declaring that if the workers were not back on the job the next day, he would call upon the armed forces to help run the railroad and protect the strike breakers.
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