People, Aug. 30, 1954

Names make news. Last week these names made this news:

Speaking to the American Bar Association in Chicago, Joseph N. Welch, former special counsel for the Army in its squabble with Senator Joseph McCarthy, reflected on his depressing sojourn in Washington. "The two simple emotions I observed at the capital were fear and hate, fanned to a white heat," said he. "It was frightening to me . . .A steady diet of this . . . will destroy us." Meanwhile, Tennessee's Ray Jenkins, special committee counsel at the long-winded hearings, discovered that he had...

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