TRIALS: Two Pictures

One after another, through the same Manhattan courtroom where Alger Hiss first came to trial, paraded the witnesses in the trial of William Remington, onetime Department of Commerce economist who quit his job last year to avoid being fired. The charge was the same: perjury. Remington had told a grand jury that he had never been a Communist. Behind the formal charge was the same, even graver accusation that Remington had passed on Government secrets to a Red spy ring.

Box 1692. In ten days the Government produced an array of eleven...

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