Truman was down and nearly out. Then he did a campaign whistle stop tour of America and beat the odds. TV eye candy is one thing but seeing a president in the flesh connects far better, and connection is needed to win. On this show author of Whistle Stop Politics: Campaign Trains and the Reporters Who Covered Them, crisis management expert Edward Segal tells why and how the great theater of a train tour of America could uniquely generate public support.

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