"I Have Been Accused"

November 1953
Time;11/23/1953, Vol. 62 Issue 21, p28
The article discusses the different explanations presented by former U.S. President Harry Truman on the issues surrounding Harry Dexter White. Truman first expressed that he had no idea of the scandal being done by White while he was still president but immediately fired him after knowing of his disloyalty but on his second statement, he said that White was fired by resignation. In his third claim that was broadcast in national television and radio stations, he never mentioned that White was a spy or had been disloyal to him.


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