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    The Hidden Truth About Joseph McCarthy

    Daniel J. Flynn


    For generations of American students, the name Joe McCarthy and not Joe Stalin has been synonymous with evil. A practitioner of “black arts,” a “demon,” “ogreish,” and a “seditionist” are a few of the descriptions of him handed down to us from his first major biographer. The passage of time hasn’t tempered these hysterical reactions.

    The late senator, the story goes, created a climate of fear in the early 1950s by conducting a witchhunt that called liberals “Communists” and Communists “spies.” We now know better. The witches were real. Today, even many of McCarthy’s most extreme and ridiculed statements—alleging “a conspiracy on a scale so immense” or lambasting “twenty years of treason” in Democratic administrations—seem, if anything, to understate the pervasiveness of Communist infiltration of the U.S. government and the enormity of its damage.

    Documents from the Soviet Union’s archives, USSR spy messages deciphered by the U.S. government’s Venona program, and declassified FBI files and wiretaps all prove that hundreds of U.S. officials were agents of an international Communist conspiracy. If these previously inaccessible documents shed light on only a few of McCarthy’s specific charges, they certainly vindicate his general charge that security in the U.S. government was lax and that large numbers of Communists penetrated positions of great importance.

    Alger Hiss, Roosevelt foreign policy advisor and first secretary general of the United Nations; Harry Dexter White, assistant secretary of the Treasury and Truman’s appointee as director of the International Monetary Fund; and Lauchlin Currie, administrative assistant to Presidents Roosevelt and Truman, have all been confirmed, among hundreds of others, to have been agents of the USSR. In addition to the multitudes of executive branch agents, we also know of at least three Congressmen working clandestinely for the Soviet Union during this time period.

    Government was hardly the only domain targeted by Soviet espionage. Influential media figures like I.F. Stone of The Nation, Michael Straight, editor of The New Republic, and Pulitzer Prize Winner Walter Duranty of The New York Times were actually agents of the Soviet Union. Prominent unions like the Congress of Industrial Organizations and the Screen Actors Guild were dominated by Communists. Even major industrialists like Armand Hammer did their part by laundering Soviet money to domestic U.S. Communists.

    Despite many of these new revelations, academic opinion of “tail-gunner Joe,” the central enemy of domestic subversion in the early 1950s, has remained static. This consensus had gone unchallenged within academic circles until the release of Joseph McCarthy: Reexamining the Life and Legacy of America’s Most Hated Senator by George Mason University History Professor Arthur Herman.

    In Joseph McCarthy, Arthur Herman writes that the “standard claim that McCarthy had never exposed a real Communist in the government” is “demonstrably false.” A perusal of the major books on McCarthy reveals that this statement itself sets Herman’s work apart.

    McCarthy’s “critics were right,” Rutgers Professor David Oshinsky remarks in A Conspiracy So Immense, “he never uncovered a Communist.” Thomas Reeves of the University of Wisconsin opines in The Life and Times of Joe McCarthy that “McCarthy did not have a single name.” Robert Griffith maintains in The Politics of Fear, “Each of McCarthy’s charges was fraudulent.” “It happened to be a fact,” boasted Richard Rovere in Senator Joe McCarthy, “that not one certifiable Communist had been disclosed as working for the government” as a result of the junior senator from Wisconsin’s efforts.

    Herman dissents and offers up Owen Lattimore, Edward Posniak, Mary Jane Keeney, Gustavo Duran, and John Carter Vincent as among the cases in which McCarthy had things essentially right.

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    The real truth about McCarthy is not what you think. Read this expose of the liberal media and academia assault on what actually happened during the era of Joe McCarthy. The truth shall set you free. But don't read it if you are afraid to lose your liberal biases. Just call it or the author a few names and be done with it. Who cares what the truth is anyway? Eh?
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    Somewhere between "all of his charges were wrong" and "all of his charges were right" lies the truth. I think the Army electing to move against McCarthy indicates they felt he was off base enough to go after him. Although, I suppose some might think they were all Soviet agents or at least dupes.

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    Forget freedom of speech and association. McCarthy didn't believe in freedom of thought. Another person that hated the Constitution.
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    Quote Originally Posted by QFIT View Post
    Forget freedom of speech and association. McCarthy didn't believe in freedom of thought. Another person that hated the Constitution.
    Strange, I always assumed that, but now recently I cannot find much
    to support the villainization of McCarthy, mostly vindication. zg
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    Quote Originally Posted by Diver View Post
    Somewhere between "all of his charges were wrong" and "all of his charges were right" lies the truth. I think the Army electing to move against McCarthy indicates they felt he was off base enough to go after him. Although, I suppose some might think they were all Soviet agents or at least dupes.
    How do you mean "...the Army electing to move against McCarthy ..."? zg
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    My parents bought their first TV to watch the McCarthy hearings. They were horrified by what they saw. They weren't expecting the Spanish Inquisition.
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    Quote Originally Posted by QFIT View Post
    My parents bought their first TV to watch the McCarthy hearings. They were horrified by what they saw. They weren't expecting the Spanish Inquisition.
    Why would Communist Part affiliation be treated any differently than
    any other party affiliation? Just another bullshit political party, right? zg
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    Quote Originally Posted by zengrifter View Post
    How do you mean "...the Army electing to move against McCarthy ..."? zg
    The Army got fed up with his fruitless investigation of the Army Signal Corps and pushed back accusing him of seeking favorable treatment of a soldier through his attorney Roy Cohn. The subsequent Army-McCarthy hearings were the result and were indeed "fruitful" on the seeking favorable treatment issue as well as exposing McCarthy as the buffoon he was. I haven't seen anything myself about the coincidence of the Army charges and the Senate sub-committee hearings. Perhaps they were entirely unconnected and the Senate had no notion of the Army's sentiments on McCarthy. Perhaps it was just fortuitous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by QFIT View Post
    My parents bought their first TV to watch the McCarthy hearings. They were horrified by what they saw. They weren't expecting the Spanish Inquisition.
    Of course not. Nobody expects the Inquisition!

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    Quote Originally Posted by QFIT View Post
    Forget freedom of speech and association. McCarthy didn't believe in freedom of thought. Another person that hated the Constitution.
    One of my major peeves, Herr Squirrel - people who don't believe in or allow freedom of speech, association, thought or Constitution.
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    One of the hidden truths about Joe McCarthy is that every last one of the persons he pointed to turned out to be a communist. The liberal media does not want you to know this.
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    LIBERALS' SECRET WEAPON: REPUBLICANS WHO DON'T READ
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    by Ann Coulter


    Fifty years from now, everyone will agree that Duke lacrosse players gang-raped a stripper, tea partiers shouted the N-word at a black congressman and Karl Rove committed treason by revealing the identity of CIA "spy" Valerie Plame.

    Liberals tell whopping lies, and most conservatives can't be bothered to learn history.

    In the last few days, we've heard both George Will and Charles Krauthammer, otherwise intelligent people, repeating bogus Democratic talking points about how Joe McCarthy allegedly smeared innocents with false allegations.

    These two, and many lesser lights, have invoked the standard liberal calumnies against McCarthy in order to ridicule Sen. Harry Reid for making a Birther-like accusation against Mitt Romney, saying that the "word is out" that Romney didn't pay taxes for a decade.

    This, it is claimed, is comparable to Sen. Joe McCarthy's "famous speech" in 1950, in which he allegedly said he had a list of 205 communists at the State Department -- but then he never produced that list!

    No, the idea that McCarthy threw out unsubstantiated charges and switched numbers, from 57 to 205, were the wild-eyed allegations of McCarthy haters, which, on closer examination, turned out to be completely false, just like the accusations against the Duke lacrosse players, the tea partiers and Rove.

    It was proved false at the time -- not just decades later, when McCarthy was vindicated with a whoop with the release of Soviet archives and cables.

    This week, I was hoping to write about my smash best-seller Demonic: How the Liberal Mob Is Endangering America -- just released in paperback! -- but now I guess I'll have to recap parts of my smash best-seller Treason: Liberal Treachery from the Cold War to the War on Terrorism.


    McCarthy explained that he had said he had the names of 57 communists or communist sympathizers working in the State Department who needed to be investigated. Separately, he cited a 1946 letter from former Secretary of State James Byrnes to Congress stating that there were 205 known security risks still working there.

    His point, misconstrued by Democrats at the time and since, was not to accuse specific individuals, but rather to indict the Democrats for turning a blind eye to ridiculous security risks in important government jobs, even after Julius and Ethel Rosenberg and Alger Hiss. (Sorry, Nation magazine, they're still guilty.)

    McCarthy gave his Wheeling, W.Va., speech two weeks after Secretary of State Dean Acheson had defended celebrity communist spy Hiss on Jan. 25, 1950 -- the day of Hiss' criminal conviction for denying under oath that he was a Soviet spy.

    Even after Whittaker Chambers had produced documents proving that Hiss was working for the Soviet Union while advising President Roosevelt, the Democrats were still defending a traitor. Chambers said of Acheson's disgusting defense of Hiss, "You will look in vain in history for anything comparable to it."

    As Democrats always do when they are caught red-handed, they obsessed on some small, technical error of a Republican.

    They claimed that McCarthy had said in his Wheeling speech that he had the names of 205 card-carrying members of the Communist Party -- not 57. (Having only 57 communists in the State Department was apparently considered a great success for a Democratic administration.)

    In fact, McCarthy had mentioned the 205 number only in citing Byrne's letter to Congress a few years earlier saying that was the number of known security risks still employed at the State Department.

    As Soviet spies were honeycombed throughout the government, influencing U.S. policy to the benefit of the Soviet Union, the Democratic-controlled Senate convened panels to determine exactly what Joe McCarthy had said to a meeting of Republican women in West Virginia. To wit: Had he said he had the names of 57 security risks at the State Department, or 205?

    After dedicating months of investigation to this crucial question -- with Senate investigators actually flying to West Virginia to interview everyone who attended the speech -- it turned out McCarthy was right.

    The Senate committee that was determined to censure McCarthy ended up having to drop the matter of McCarthy's Wheeling speech entirely. A fact-filled memo detailing the committee's findings concluded that McCarthy had said he had the names of 57 security risks, not 205.

    The truth about McCarthy's Wheeling speech, including the committee's memo finding that McCarthy was telling the truth, and a newspaper article reprinting the speech before it became a object of obsession by Democrats, is given in M. Stanton Evans' monumental book, Blacklisted by History: The Untold Story of Senator Joe McCarthy and His Fight Against America's Enemies.

    Moreover, contrary to the nonsense about McCarthy not being able to name the 57 specific individuals, the very day he got back to Washington, he gave a six-hour speech on the Senate floor, providing details about each one of the 57 problematic State Department employees, chapter and verse. He did not "name names" because that was not his point.

    As McCarthy said, some State Department employees with communist associations might be innocent. His point was: The Democrats were still refusing to take Soviet espionage seriously by investigating these preposterous risks on the government payroll.

    Far from recklessly smearing people, McCarthy described each employee as a "case" and cited evidence, such as their being identified as Soviet spies in FBI reports, by fellow spies and by the State Department itself. He reported their connections to known agents, attendance at "Youth International" meetings in Russia and repeated contacts with known Soviet espionage groups.

    These were not baseless charges. And as we now know, they were absolutely true.

    Sensible people knew it at the time, but the disgorging of Soviet archives as well as Soviet cables decrypted by the top-secret Venona project proved beyond a doubt that McCarthy was right about the individuals he named. None of them should have been allowed anywhere near a government office.

    The claims of Will and Krauthammer are as true as liberal slanders about Duke lacrosse players raping a stripper, tea partiers calling a black congressman the N-word and Karl Rove outing a CIA agent. Even at the time, liberals had to back down from their lies about McCarthy saying he had a list of "205" communists. But liberals write the history and conservatives don't read.
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    Senator Joseph McCarthy

    November 14. 1908 - May 2. 1957


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    Although Joseph McCarthy was one of the most demonized American politicians of the last century, new information -- including half- century-old FBI recordings of Soviet embassy conversations -- are showing that McCarthy was right in nearly all his accusations.

    On the evening of May 1, 1957, while convalescing from a bout of hepatitis at Bethesda Naval Hospital in Maryland, the courageous Senator was quietly administered poisonous carbon tetrachloride by persons unknown. (Eight years earlier the CIA had murdered Secretary of Defense, James Forrestal, in that same hospital. Forrestal had been working on an expose of Soviet espionage rings in the Pentagon and treason in the Truman Administration when he was suddenly silenced in 1949).

    Senator Joseph McCarthy's Charges 'now accepted as fact

    The Destruction of Joe McCarthy by Scott Speidel, Florida State University

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    Senator Joseph McCarthy's Charges
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    By Jon Basil Utley


    WASHINGTON, February 8, 2000

    Although Joseph McCarthy was one of the most demonized American politicians of the last century, new information -- including half-century-old FBI recordings of Soviet embassy conversations -- are showing that McCarthy was right in nearly all his accusations.

    "With Joe McCarthy it was the losers who've written the history which condemns him," said Dan Flynn, director of Accuracy in Academia's recent national conference on McCarthy, broadcast by C-SPAN.

    Using new information obtained from studies of old Soviet files in Moscow and now the famous Vanona Intercepts -- FBI recordings of Soviet embassy communications between 1944-48 -- the record is showing that McCarthy was essentially right. He had many weaknesses, but almost every case he charged has now been proven correct. Whether it was stealing atomic secrets or influencing U.S. foreign policy, communist victories in the 1940s were fed by an incredibly vast spy and influence network.

    The conference, a gathering of old McCarthyites and younger scholars, commemorated the senator's first speech, in Wheeling, West Virginia 50 years ago, when he first held up a list of names of employees of the State Department whom, he said, were major security risks. McCarthy questioned how, in six short years after America's winning of World War II, the communist world was triumphant and had expanded to include 800 million people.

    Of the lists, a key one consisted of 108 names from a House Appropriations Committee report, of persons declared as "security risks" in the State Department -- the Lee List. The House committee chairman had complained that State wasn't bothering to do anything about the suspects. Details of the list and its accusations were presented at the conference.

    Speakers detailed many of the cover-ups used to smear McCarthy. Veteran journalist and teacher Stan Evans, director of National Journalism Center, told of the Tydings Committee, which had investigated McCarthy's charges of communists in government. Its report had exonerated everybody. Among the accused it stated categorically that there was no evidence against Owen Lattimore, a man McCarthy said was a major figure in the communist conspiracy.

    Lattimore had been Roosevelt's key advisor on China policy. Yet Evans showed evidence from 5,000 pages of FBI files on him -- files released only a few years ago to the public, although the White House had access to them.

    However, evidence before the committee showed that Lattimore had supported Soviet policy at every turn, even declaring that the Stalin purge trials in Russia, "sound like democracy to me." With then-Vice President Henry Wallace in Russia, Lattimore compared concentration camps to the Tennessee Valley Authority, and later urged Washington to abandon China to communism and to withdraw from Japan and Korea. FBI chief J. Edgar Hoover, who had fed information to McCarthy, broke with him afterwards, fearing McCarthy would prejudice FBI sources of information for its criminal prosecutions.

    Although most of McCarthy's cases involved actual spies and "security risks," the really important issue was that of communist influence over American foreign policy, argued Evans. Harry Hopkins, Roosevelt's closest advisor who lived in the White House, had regular contacts with Soviet intelligence. He helped bring about the disastrous Yalta and Pottsdam agreements. The Morganthau Plan, to prevent German reconstruction and starve the Germans to make them desperate enough to go communist, was the product of Laughlin Currie and Harry Dexter White at the Treasury Department. The abandonment of Chiang Kai-shek by denying military support was the product of "China Hands" led by John Stewart Service, John Patton Davies, and Lattimore. Evans described other major spy networks -- in England, the Burgess Maclean group which infiltrated Washington as well as London.

    Reed Irvine, chairman of Accuracy in Media, told how he himself had been a leftist in his early career. He had been against McCarthy, but McCarthy's speeches had made him think and start to read "evidence that I had avoided." He described how all during his military career as a Marine officer and later in Japan with the U.S. occupation he had never hidden his leftist views and later had even been offered a job at the CIA. Irvine argued that real communists were only in the hundreds, but that thousands of leftists, such as he, all feared McCarthy and had wanted him discredited.

    Pulling all the latest evidence together was luncheon speaker Professor Arthur Herman. His new book, "Joseph McCarthy: Reexamining the Life and Legacy of America's Most Hated Senator," and featured in the Sunday New York Times Magazine, shows the vindication of most of McCarthy's charges. Herman, who is also coordinator of the Smithsonian's Western Heritage Program, said that the accuracy of McCarthy's charges "was no longer a matter of debate," that they are "now accepted as fact." However, the term "McCarthyism" still remains in the language.

    Asked whether McCarthy had understood all the forces arrayed against him, Herman said no, that McCarthy hadn't realized he'd be fighting against much of the Washington establishment. President Truman was fearful that exposures would reflect on key Democrat officials, he said, and big media and the academic world were very leftist, a heritage of the Depression and World War II. High government officials also feared investigations of their past appointments and associations with people who turned out to be communists or sympathizers.

    That was the reason McCarthy was so demonized, he said.

    Joe McCarthy had been a Marine air gunner, an amateur boxer, a county judge and towards his end, under constant attack, he began to drink heavily. Herman said he certainly was over his head and his fall came about after sweeping attacks on General Marshall and the Army. Senator Taft and other key supporters began to draw away from him.

    If Robert Kennedy, his competent and well-connected co-counsel, had stayed on, McCarthy might have behaved more carefully, said Herman. An argument with other co-counsel Roy Cohn left Cohn in charge, but Cohn and staffer David Schine were disastrous for McCarthy. Still, McCarthy's original charges helped bring about Eisenhower's electoral victory and the defeat of the Democrats and key leftist Democratic senators such as Tydings of Maryland. Four years after his original charges, Joe McCarthy was censured by the Senate and died shortly thereafter.

    On the evening of May 1, 1957, while convalescing from a bout of hepatitis at Bethesda Naval Hospital in Maryland, the courageous Senator was quietly administered poisonous carbon tetrachloride by persons unknown. (Eight years earlier the CIA had murdered Secretary of Defense, James Forrestal, in that same hospital. Forrestal had been working on an expose of Soviet espionage rings in the Pentagon and treason in the Truman Administration when he was suddenly silenced in 1949).

    There is more evidence to come. Herb Rome Stein, another speaker, who started out with the old House Un-American Activities Committee, is writing a book about the Vanona FBI intercepts and their links to other evidence from his comprehensive study in Russia of Soviet archives, made available to Westerners since the fall of communism. His book, The Vanona Secrets, will be released by Regnery Gateway this fall. © 2000 WorldNetDaily.com.jmc.htm
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    Quote Originally Posted by aslan View Post
    One of the hidden truths about Joe McCarthy is that every last one of the persons he pointed to turned out to be a communist. The liberal media does not want you to know this.
    But it was just another political party right? Or were they all plotting the US destruction?
    Freedom of speech, freedom of assembly, freedom of political expression etc.?
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