National Affairs: Black, White & Khaki

The heart of the Army's original case against Senator McCarthy was the charge that his kind of investigation and pressure dishonored and demoralized the men in uniform. Last week the hearings saw some of those men on the witness stand.

The General. Seven rows of ribbons bedecked the broad chest of Major General Cornelius E. Ryan, commanding general of Fort Dix, a veteran of both World Wars.

"You look to me," Committee Chairman Karl Mundt told Ryan, "like the sort of fellow who would be pretty hard to get any preferential treatment under." The...

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