McCarthy and His Enemies: The Record and Its Meaning


An objective study of the record and purpose of the controversial Sen. Joseph McCarthy.
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An objective study of the record and purpose of the controversial Sen. Joseph McCarthy.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780895264725
  • Publisher: Regnery Publishing, Incorporated, An Eagle Publishing Company
  • Publication date: 8/16/1995
  • Edition description: REISSUE
  • Pages: 416
  • Product dimensions: 6.03 (w) x 9.02 (h) x 1.21 (d)

Table of Contents

An Introduction to the New Edition
I The Problem 3
II The Background 5
III The State Department, 1945-1947: An Ernest Effort 9
IV The State Department, 1947-1950: Three Years of Inertia 18
The State Department and the United Nations 31
V The First Charges 41
VI The Tydings Saga: Introduction 62
Public Hearings: Whose Responsibility? 69
VII The Nine Public Cases: An Invitation to Investigate 74
The Case of Dorothy Kenyon 76
The Case of Haldore Hanson 86
The Case of Philip Jessup 97
The Case of Esther Brunauer 125
The Cases of Frederick Schuman and Harlow Shapley 136
The Case of Gustavo Duran 140
The Case of John Stewart Service 147
The Case of Owen Lattimore 153
VIII "Warmed-Over Charges" 161
IX Some Unanswered Questions 167
X A Vindication 192
XI Confrontation 212
XII Closing Ranks: Some Proposals for the Civil Service 245
XIII Senator McCarthy's Method 267
Introduction 267
The Smearing of Innocent People 270
The Publicizing of His Charges 282
The Use of Congressional Immunity 286
Impugning the Loyalty of His Critics 294
McCarthy As Against His Contemporaries 302
XIV The New Conformity 308
Our "Reign of Terror" 308
The Question of Conformity 316
McCarthyism's Call to Conformity 331
XV Afterword 336
Appendix 341
Notes 405
Index 413
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