DEFENSE: Under Control

At the closing gavel of the hearings of the Senate Preparedness Investigating Subcommittee, Chairman Lyndon Johnson last week had two prime items to lay before the public. One was the appearance of General Lucius Dubignon Clay, veteran Army engineer, onetime (1947-49) military governor of the U.S. zone in Germany, and longtime close friend of Dwight Eisenhower. The other was a lengthy interim statement written by Senator Johnson and approved by his colleagues that carefully summed up the U.S. defense picture as the committee had found it in 110 days of study.


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