THE ADMINISTRATION: We Are Against Sin

To Capitol Hill for a congressional once-over went smiling Judge James P. McGranery of Philadelphia, Attorney-General designate, the man picked by Harry Truman to do the promised house-cleaning chore that Newbold Morris and Howard McGrath fouled up so spectacularly last month. McGranery's performance before the Senate Judiciary Committee left his inquisitors, friend & foe alike, mostly unsmiling.

"Easy as Pie." Through four days of question & answer, blue-jawed Judge McGranery, nattily dressed, dispensed Irish charm and dodged sticky issues. He had one powerful argument on his side: the committee's chairman, Nevada's domineering Pat McCarran was for him; he tapped...

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