During the 1948 general election, quite a few people were convinced that Harry Truman's stay at the White House about to come to an end—that included the Chicago Tribune and noted political analyst Arthur Sears Henning. The Tribune erroneously printed their headline in advance, thinking Dewey was a shoe-in.
A few days later, Truman was handed a copy of the paper. If it weren't for the famous photo of Truman holding the paper up and gloating, the incident would have been forgotten. We're thankful it hasn’t.
Now, you can commemorate Truman's 1948 victory, his plainspoken humor, and his entire administration with this hefty, quality magnet!
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