THE WHITE CASE RECORD: BROWNELL:

THE WHITE CASE RECORD

JUST what information about Harry Dexter White had been given to President Truman by Feb. 6, 1946, when Truman allowed White's appointment to the International Monetary Fund to go through? Did Truman keep White so that the FBI would catch fellow conspirators? On these points there is a public record, and last week Attorney General Herbert Brownell and FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover read it before the Senate Internal Security Subcommittee. Salient passages:

ON Nov. 6 in Chicago, I made a speech which was one of a number of speeches and magazine articles in...

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