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Harry S. Truman has the last laugh as he holds up a copy of the Chicago Tribune at Union Station in St. Louis, Missouri, on November 3, 1948, after winning the election the previous day. He was so widely expected to lose that the Tribune ran this incorrect headline.

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Non-free media rationale for Dewey Defeats Truman
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Dewey Defeats Truman

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Non-free media rationale for Harry S. Truman
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Harry S. Truman

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Non-free media rationale for United States presidential election, 1948
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United States presidential election, 1948

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Non-free media rationale for Chicago Tribune
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Chicago Tribune

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Thomas E. Dewey

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current23:16, 14 January 2018Thumbnail for version as of 23:16, 14 January 2018369 × 272 (68 KB)Ronhjones (talk | contribs)Tiny crop of black image to bring to NFC guideline
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