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HEARINGS

BEFORE THE

SU BCOMMITTEE TO INVESTIGATE THE ADMINISTRATION
OF THE INTERNAL SECURITY ACT AND OTHER

INTERNAL SECURITY LAWS

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COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY

PAT MCCARRAN, Nevada, Chairman
HARLEY M. KILGORE, West Virginia ALEXANDER WILEY, Wisconsin
JAMES 0. EASTLAND, Mississippi

WILLIAM LANGER, North Dakota
WARREN G. MAGNUSON, Washington HOMER FERGUSON, Michigan
HERBERT R. O'CONOR, Maryland

WILLIAM E. JENNER, Indiana ESTES KEFAUVER, Tennessee

ARTHUR V. WATKINS, Utah WILLIS SMITH, North Carolina

ROBERT C. HENDRICKSON, New Jersey J. G. SOURWINE, Counsel

INTERNAL SECURITY SUBCOMMITTEE

PAT MCCARRAN, Nevada, Chairman JAMES 0. EASTLAND, Mississippi

HOMER FERGUSON, Michigan HERBERT R. O'CONOR, Maryland

WILLIAM E. JENNER, Indiana WILLIS SMITH, North Carolina

ARTHUR V. WATKINS, Utah

SUBCOMMITTEE INVESTIGATING THE INSTITUTE OF PACIFIC RELATIONS

JAMES 0. EASTLAND, Mississippi, Chairman
PAT MCCARRAN, Nevada

HOMER FERGUSON, Michigan
ROBERT MORRIS, Special Counsel
BENJAMIN MANDEL, Director of Research

NSTITUTE OF PACIFIC RELATIONS

FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1952

UNITED STATES SENATE,
SUBCOMMITTEE TO INVESTIGATE THE ADMINISTRATION

OF THE INTERNAL SECURITY ACT AND OTHER INTERNAL
SECURITY LAWS, OF THE COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY,

New York, N. Y. The subcommitte met, pursuant to call, at 10 a. m., Hon Pat McCarran, chairman, presiding.

Present: Senator McCarran. Also present: J. G. Sourwine, committee counsel; Robert Morris, subcommittee counsel; and Benjamin Mandel, director of research.

The CHAIRMAN. The committee will come to order.

Mr. MORRIS. Both Mr. Carter and Mr. Holland have been sworn previously.

The CHAIRMAN. Very well; they have been sworn. Mr. MORRIS. Mr. Chairman, yesterday afternoon I spent some time with Mr. Lockwood presenting to him copies of letters written to him and written by him. He was able to spend the afternoon on this, and he did make a statement authenticating the documents.

Mr. Mandel, will you identify these for the record, please ?
Mr. SOURWINE. Do you have a list of those documents!
Mr. MANDEL. I have a list which was drawn up under

my

direction. Mr. SOURWINE. Is that a true list of that batch of documents ? Mr. MANDEL. It is. Mr. SOURWINE. Can you offer that list for the record ? Mr. MANDEL. I can.

Mr. MORRIS. Mr. Mandel, in connection with this list, did you notice there have been two amendments since it was originally compiled ?

Mr. MANDEL. The list is authentic with the exclusion of those. Mr. MORRIS. Those amendments are two letters, one a letter from W. W. Lockwood to Col. William Mayer dated December 26, 1942, which is file No. 131B. The other is a letter to Philo W. Parker and others from William W. Lockwood dated December 2, 1942, No. 131B.2. They were both added by Mr. Lockwood yesterday. The CHAIRMAN. The witness identifies everything except those two? Mr. MORRIS. No, they have been added to Mr. Mandel's list. The CHAIRMAN. Does he identify those ? Mr. MORRIS. Yes. I am going to introduce his statement on that. The CHAIRMAN. He identifies them as what? Mr. MORRIS. Mr. Mandel will testify that all of the documents on this list as amended were taken from the files of the Institute of Pacific Relations. It that right, Mr. Mandel ? Mr. MANDEL. Yes, sir.

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