Radio: TV Ban

New York's Governor Thomas E. Dewey got some criticism last year when he refused to appear before the televised Kefauver committee meeting in Manhattan. Last week Dewey made it clear that his attitude has not changed. In signing a bill outlawing televised public hearings in the state of New York, Dewey added a strong supporting message charging that it is "basic to our concept of justice that a witness compelled to testify have a fair opportunity to present his testimony. No right is more basic to our traditional liberties. The use of television,...

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