THE CONGRESS: Forget Pearl Harbor?

In one of several strange interviews which Jap officials gave to the U.S. press last week, ferret-faced Jap Premier Higashi-Kuni plaintively begged "People of America, won't you forget Pearl Harbor?"

Perhaps some of the U.S. people were ready to, but their representatives in Congress were not. The House promptly passed the Senate resolution for a full investigation (TIME, Sept. 17), after the Democratic steam roller had beaten off an attempt by Republicans to give them equal representation on the investigating committee. After that, the G.O.P. abandoned its effort to continue the inquiry through the 1946 elections. The committee (six...

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