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ADA Blasts McCarthy Again;
G. 0. P. Chairman Defends Him
By Allen Drury
Americans for Democratic Ac
tion elected a Wisconsin lawyer
and a Harvard professor as co
chairmen for the next year and
took a final swipe at Senator Mc-
Carthy before concluding their
sixth annual convention at the
Hotel Statler yesterday.
Elected to direct the liberal
political group were James E.
Doyle of Madison, Wisconsin
Democratic State chairman, and
Dr. Arthur M. Schlesinger, jr.,
professor of history at Harvard.
Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt was
elected honorary chairman.
Named to the ADA’s executive
board were Senator Morse, Inde
pendent, of Oregon; former So
cial Security Administrator Ar
thur J. Altmeyer; former Air
Force Secretary Thomas K. Fin
letter; Leon Keyserling, head of
President Truman’s Council of
Economic Advisers; Frank Kar
elson, jr., of New*York; David D.
Lloyd, former administrative as
sistant to Mr. Truman; Telford
Taylor, former head of the Small
Defense Plants Administration;
and Mrs. Quincy Wright of
Massachusetts.
Ask for Repudiation.
In a resolution adopted at the
closing session of the three-day
meeting, the ADA called on
President Eisenhower and other
Republican leaders to repudiate
Senator McCarthy. It said he
and his allies “have much in
common with the Communists
they profess to oppose. Like
Communists, their basic drive is
toward conformity and their sole
test of ‘loyalty’ is agreement
with their conclusions.”
The ADA charged that Repub
lican leaders have “knuckled
under” to the Wisconsin Repub
lican, and asserted that the
Democratic leadership “must not
bury its head in the political
sands in the hope that the Mc-
Carthy issue will somehow pass
away.”
It also urged religious and ed
ucational leaders to “stand firm
in the face of this immoral and
subversive attack and . . . con
tinue to expose its essential un-
Americanism.”
In a similar statement issued
in New York, directors of Free
dom House also attacked the
Wisconsin Senator for his “irre
sponsible” comments in reply to
a recent speech by former Brit
ish Prime Minister Clement Att
lee, although they also criticized
Mr. Attlee’s statements as “ill
conceived.”
McCarthy is Defended.
The Senator was defended by
Republican National Chairman
Leonard W. Hall, who said on a
radio-television program that
“We should be loath 4o attempt
to smear him because he uses
certain tactics which we may not
approve, but at least it brings
out situations which we all want
to cure.”
At its final session the ADA
also, heard James ‘E. Carey, sec
retary-treasurer of the CIO, say
the New Deal and Fair Deal
have been succeeded by “the
Staked Deal.” And it adopted
a domestic policy platform which
also attacked the administration
for its programs on natural re
sources, civil liberties, farm in
come, social security and fiscal
policy.
It also charged that the ad
ministration has abandoned the
concepts of full employment,
high wages and expanding pro
duction embodied in the Employ
ment Act of 1946.
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this year has been less than in
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the last 15 years, according to
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jr., of the Virginia Forest
Service.
A total of 113 reported fires
burned 646 acres. The Forest
Service attributes the relatively
low damage to heavy rainfall
and the co-operation of resi
dents.
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man of the Americans for Democratic Action, poses with the
political organization’s newly elected co-chairmen, Professor
Artl\ur M. Schlesinger, jr., of Harvard (left) and James E.
Doyle, Madison (Wis.) lawyer. —AP Photo.
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MONDAY, mat *«. 1953
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