National Affairs: Still Calling Yankel

The Hon. Andrew Jackson May was not in the mood. Perhaps it was because the evidence so clearly indicated that he was, to say the least, a conniver.

While Kentucky's trap-jawed Congressman stubbornly ignored all invitations to testify before the Senate's Mead Committee, a whole array of Congressmen and Senators trooped in to explain how their names had popped up in the investigation of the Garsson munitions combine. In a matter of minutes Mead Committeemen examined and exonerated House Majority Leader John McCormack, Rules Committee Chairman Adolph Sabath, Indiana's Senator Homer Capehart, Senate...

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