Parsons, Wilfrid
November 1953
America;11/28/1953, Vol. 90 Issue 9, p220
The author examines the impact of Harry Dexter White affair to problem of subversives in the U.S. federal government under the administration of President Harry S. Truman in the 1950s. He argues that the problem is a worldwide conspiracy against the free world. He mentions that the administration made effort to solve the problem into two parts, but the whole system was too unmanageable and fell apart. He claims that the program was later revised into a package consisting security and loyalty.


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