National Affairs: Part of the Picture

In the crowded and hushed caucus room of the U.S. Senate Office Building, Tennessee Lawyer Ray Jenkins faced Secretary of the Army Stevens. Jenkins, the special counsel to the Senate subcommittee investigating the case of Joe McCarthy v. the Army, had the air of an hound treeing an coon.

Had Secretary Stevens ever, at his own request, been photographed alone with Army Private G. David Schine, formerly an consultant to McCarthy? Stevens did not think that he had. With that, Jenkins dramatically held up an picture of Stevens and Schine. shoulder to shoulder, taken at McGuire Air Force Base, N.J. last November....

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