observed the technique and methods of the Senator
so there is no need to attempt a description thereof.
I propose merely to recall] to mind some of
the instances of abuse of power which I believe fully
warrant the motion of censure offered by the Senator
Mr. President, the abuses by which the
Senator from Wisconsin has degraded and brought into
disrepute the great and vital power of the Senate
to investigate are not minor. His abuses have
recalled to the minds of millions the most abhorrent
tyrannies which our whole system of ordered liberty
and balanced power was intended to abolish.
(1) He has used the position and power
which this Senate has conferred upon
him to infringe the rights and liberties
of citizens of this Republic and
inflicted grave injury upon them.
The first case which I would like to mention
is the case of General George C. Marshall. I believe
that General George C. Marshall is a great patriot.
I think his service to his country, both in time of
war and in time of peace, has entitled him to the
thanks of the country which he has served with devotion
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