Milestones: Jun. 3, 1985

DIED. Joseph Bishop Jr., 70, Yale Law School professor and expert in military and corporate law who in the early 1950s defended the Army against charges by Senator Joseph McCarthy that it had been infiltrated by Communists; after a long illness; in New Haven, Conn. Denounced by McCarthy, Bishop later remarked, "I am, oddly, the only member of the Yale Law School faculty to have been so honored, and some of my colleagues feel the injustice very keenly."


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