National Affairs: Interrogation

Following Edward Bok's appearance before a Senate Committee investigating propaganda (TIME, Jan. 28), at which he said 1) that he had paid all the expenses of his Peace Award and 2) that he did not know and would not tell how much the Peace Award had cost, he was notified that he would not be recalled before the Committee. But Mr. Bok had not finished. He wrote to Senator Moses, Chairman of the Committee. He offered to ask the Policy Committee of the Peace Award to turn over to the Senate Committee the 22,164...

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