MacARTHUR. HEARINGS: What Eight Republicans Found

The eight weeks of MacArthur hearings produced 2,045,000 words of testimony, bales of supplementary documents and plenty of contradictions. Last week Georgia's Senator Richard Russell, who had presided over the long sessions of the joint Senate Armed Services and Foreign Relations Committee, announced that the committee had voted to leave things just that way. The committee would issue no formal report, said Russell, although individual members could present their own views. His reason: "To renew a bitter discussion of methods for waging war as advocated by General MacArthur would not help...

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