November 1952
New Republic;11/24/52, Vol. 127 Issue 21, p5
Focuses on the death of Abe Feller, General Counsel of the United Nations (UN), who was a victim of Senator Joseph McCarthy's Committee. Information on the UN charter drafted by Feller; Recognition by Feller that no member of the secretariat should be able to use his UN post to carry on illegal activity against his own government; Clause in the charter regarding arbitrary intervention by member governments; Details of recruitment of UN staff members; Recommendations by Feller on the dismissal of Communists to protect the U.N.; Retreats that caused demoralization of Feller.


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