II Consider for Example . .

Johnson, Gerald W.
August 1955
New Republic;8/29/55, Vol. 133 Issue 9, p17
The article presents information on political conditions of the U.S. In any less imaginative city the idea that a coal heaver has any chance to subvert the government would be regarded as rather far-fetched; but in Washington this one was yanked before the security authorities on a number of charges, of which the really startling one was an allegation that in filing his application for a job he had failed to state that he had cohabited with a woman who was not his wife. It seemed to be the first concrete evidence that the Dwight D. Eisenhower administration has elevated the moral tone of Washington to a stratospheric height. If it had made the town so pure that only virgin firemen could stoke the furnaces that would indeed be something to write home about.


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