Investigators: Unmuzzled

At 52, he remained a stalwart figure of a man. Had he still been in uniform, he could have worn upon his breast several rows of ribbons earned in distinguished service in the U.S. Army. As he testified last week before a U.S. Senate subcommittee, he sought desperately to bring home to Americans his notion of the meaning and menace of international Communism. Yet despite all this—his physical appearance, his record and the sincerity of his intentions—resigned Major General Edwin Anderson Walker cut a pathetic figure.

Den of Iniquity. In a day and a half before the subcommittee chaired...

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