November 1952
New Republic;11/10/52, Vol. 127 Issue 19, p3
Focuses on a letter related to political issues written by U.S. Senator Joe McCarthy to Representative Martin Dies. Discussion of the proposal by Dies to form a joint Senate-House Bipartisan Un-American Activities Committee to exclude Communists from government offices; Suggestion that he should not have formed that Demagogues Club with congenial Congressmen; Comment on the reelection of Republican J. Parnell Thomas; Information on the defeat of Democratic John Rankin in his primary.


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