National Affairs: The Conference

Senators' political radarscopes blipped wildly in the Army-McCarthy hearings last week when Army Counselor John Adams told of a meeting Jan. 21 with top Administration officials to discuss the Mc-Carthy-Cohn-Schine problem. Present at the conference, said Adams, were Presidential Assistant Sherman Adams, Attorney General Herbert Brownell, Deputy Attorney General William Rogers, U.N.

Ambassador (and sometimes Presidential Adviser) Henry Cabot Lodge Jr. and White House Aide Gerald Morgan. Said the Army's John Adams: "At this meeting Governor Adams asked me if I had a written record of all the incidents with reference to Private Schine . . . and when...

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