INVESTIGATIONS: Closing the Ring

Fired up by the Brownell-Hoover presentations, Indiana Senator William Jenner's Internal Security Subcommittee did not intend to get sidetracked. Chairman Jenner swiftly revived the case of Harold Glasser, who was brought to the Treasury by Harry Dexter White in 1936 as an economic analyst. Last April Glasser refused, on grounds of selfincrimination, to answer any of the Jenner committee's questions about Communist associations and espionage.

Last week Jenner Committee Counsel Robert Morris read into the record some facts and documents about Glasser's career in government. Between November 1945, and August 1947, the FBI distributed...

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