INVESTIGATIONS: The Old Familiar Faces

Senator John J. Williams, the Delaware Republican who touched off the scandals in the Bureau of Internal Revenue, fired another salvo last week. His target was Joseph D. Nunan Jr., Commissioner of Internal Revenue from 1944 until he resigned in 1947, with a warm letter of thanks from Harry Truman, to become a Manhattan tax attorney. Many of the officials whom the tax scandals have forced out of office were his close associates, but Nunan himself had appeared only on the edges of the investigations. Senator Williams now fitted him into a...

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