INVESTIGATIONS: Questions for Justice Clark

Back to Capitol Hill last week went Philadelphia's smiling Irishman, Lawyer James Patrick McGranery, who was U.S. Attorney General in the last days of the Truman Administration. The House Judiciary Subcommittee, headed by New York's Representative Kenneth B. Keating, wanted to ask McGranery some questions about an earlier day. The committee was trying to find out whether the Justice Department was "improperly induced" to drop a $185,000 million mail-fraud case against Kansas City Bond Dealer Roy E. Crummer in 1946. At tHat time, McGranery was an assistant attorney general under Tom...

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