Oversize Testimony II

Richard J. O'Melia Collection

  1. "Statement of Senator Joe McCarthy"

  2. Date: March 22, 1956
    Speaker/Author: McCarthy
    Audience: United States Senate
    Content: Warning that Khrushchev's recent disavowal of Stalin is merely a Communist attempt to look more appealing to "uncommitted and wavering people" who had been perhaps turned off by Stalin's harder line.
     
  3. "Statement of Senator Joe McCarthy"

  4. Date: July 13, 1955
    Speaker/Author: McCarthy
    Audience: Senate Foreign Relations Committee
    Content: Supporting the Knowland-Clements-George-Wiley resolution, which declares America's sympathy to the plight of oppressed nations. Suggesting that the wording of the resolution be made more specific as to target Communist-oppressed nations, and that America go beyond sympathizing with these nations and give them tangible support.
     
  5. "Speech of Senator Joe McCarthy"

  6. Date: June 16, 1955
    Speaker/Author: McCarthy
    Audience: United States Senate
    Content: Criticizing the United States' involvement in the upcoming "Big Four" meeting in Geneva on the grounds that negotiation with Communists should not be part of American foreign policy. Asserting that Russia's recent attempts at "peace" and "coexistence" are merely tactics to appease the free world in preparation for global conquest.
     
  7. "Statement of Senator Joe McCarthy"

  8. Date: June 21, 1955
    Speaker/Author: McCarthy
    Audience: Senate Foreign Relations Committee
    Content: Proposing that the Senate pass a resolution by which the Soviet Union would be required to agree to negotiate about the Communist controlled areas of the world at the upcoming conference in Geneva.
     
  9. "Speech of Senator Joe McCarthy" (3 copies)

  10. Date: April 1, 1957
    Speaker/Author: McCarthy
    Audience: United States Senate
    Content: Objecting to the proposed promotion of Brigadier General Ralph Zwicker to Major General. Citing Zwicker's failure to cooperate with the Senate Investigations Committee, and his perjury in hearings by the same committee as evidence of Zwicker's incompetence.
     
  11. "Excerpt From the Testimony of E. Andriyve"

  12. Date: May 16, 1956
    Speaker/Author: E Andriyve
    Content: Testifying that he (Andriyve) had seen thousands of classified American military documents while employed by the Signal Corps Military Research Institute in Moscow.


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