Attack on Senator Flanders—From United
Press dispatch, June 2, 1954:
"The kindest thing I can say about Ralph
is that this may be a result of senility."
From Hearings of Subcommittee Investigating
McCarthy: "This is a statement by the
Senator from Vermont....I wondered
whether this has been a result of senility
New York Times, June 12, 1954; dateline
Washington, D. C. June 12:
"McCarthy said, “I think they should
get a man with a net and take him (Flanders)
to a good quiet place.'"
Attacks on Senator Monroney
New York Herald Tribune, July 23, 1953;
dateline Washington, D. C. July 27:
"McCarthy said today that Senator Monroney
is 'taking over the job of whitewash and
cover-up of Communism and corruption."'
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