Blacklisted by history : the untold story of Senator Joe by McCarthy, Joseph /.; McCarthy, Joseph; Evans, Medford
By McCarthy, Joseph /.; McCarthy, Joseph; Evans, Medford Stanton; McCarthy, Joseph
Accused of making a bogus crimson Scare and smearing numerous blameless sufferers in a five-year reign of terror, Senator Joseph McCarthy is remembered as a demagogue, a bully, and a liar. A part century after his dying, his identify is still synonymous with witch hunts. yet that snapshot is inaccurate, as veteran journalist Evans continues during this groundbreaking e-book, in response to six years of in depth learn. Drawing on primary sources--including U.S. govt files and FBI documents, in addition to fresh study from Soviet archives--Evans offers irrefutable facts of a continuing Communist force to penetrate our govt, impact its guidelines, and thieve its secrets and techniques. He additionally indicates that U.S. officers supposedly guarding by contrast chance not just enable it occur yet actively lined it up--precisely as Joe McCarthy contended. This publication claims to supply the 1st actual account of what McCarthy did and, extra largely, what relatively occurred to the USA throughout the chilly War.--From writer description. Read more...
summary: Accused of making a bogus crimson Scare and smearing numerous blameless sufferers in a five-year reign of terror, Senator Joseph McCarthy is remembered as a demagogue, a bully, and a liar. A part century after his dying, his identify continues to be synonymous with witch hunts. yet that snapshot is inaccurate, as veteran journalist Evans keeps during this groundbreaking publication, in accordance with six years of extensive learn. Drawing on fundamental sources--including U.S. govt files and FBI documents, in addition to contemporary study from Soviet archives--Evans offers irrefutable proof of a continuing Communist force to penetrate our govt, effect its regulations, and thieve its secrets and techniques. He additionally indicates that U.S. officers supposedly guarding by contrast probability not just permit it take place yet actively coated it up--precisely as Joe McCarthy contended. This e-book claims to supply the 1st actual account of what McCarthy did and, extra extensively, what relatively occurred to the United States throughout the chilly War.--From writer description
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State Department, shattering the lives of hapless victims who never got a chance to answer. Lying and headline-grabbing accusations were the supposed essence of his method. This fearsome image of McCarthy has been driven home through years of repetition, with little if any countervailing comment. Whole generations have come of age hearing nothing else about him, assume what they are told is true, and have no cause to doubt it. In this respect as well, the McCarthy case is somewhat distinctive. Other public figures have been savagely treated in their lifetimes but enjoyed a bit of historical comeback later.
Astonishing as it may seem, very little has been known, by historians or anyone else, about the vast majority of McCarthy’s suspects, the security practices of the State Department in 1950, or Communist penetration of the government when he made his charges. This strange epistemological problem stemmed from several causes, the most obvious of which was that most of the McCarthy cases given to the Senate were presented in anonymous fashion and would remain that way for years thereafter. This made it impossible for outside observers to know who the suspects were, or whether they were even in the State Department, much less whether their hypothetical presence there posed any kind of danger.
Thus, to pick some prominent cases, the Bureau knew as early as December 1942 that J. Robert Oppenheimer, the nuclear physicist then becoming a central figure in the atomic energy project, was identified by Communist leaders as a secret party member who had to be inactive because of the wartime work that he was doing. Likewise, in 1945, the FBI obtained credible information that high-ranking government figures Alger Hiss, Lauchlin Currie, and Harry Dexter White were Soviet agents. Also in 1945, the Bureau knew the espionage case of diplomat John Stewart Service and the pro-Red magazine Amerasia had been fixed, lied about, and covered up by a cabal of top officials.