Editor's Note

March 1955
New Republic;3/14/55, Vol. 132 Issue 11, p31
The article comments on the article by Brian Gilbert entitled "New Light on the Lattimore Case," that appeared in the December 27, 1954 issue of the journal "The New Republic (NR)." Numerous comments have been received in response to publication of an attack by Sol Stein, Executive Director of the American Committee for Cultural Freedom, on Gilbert's article. Among those expressing general support of the NR's criticism of procedures followed by the McCarran Committee and the government in their investigation and prosecution of Owen Lattimore are W. E. Bentley, Elmer Davis, Eleanor Hope Johnson, Murray Kempton and Dan H. McCullough.


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