• Creator
  • Allen, Raymond B.
  • Created Date
  • 1948
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  • This document summarizes an interview between University of Washington President Raymond B. Allen with Professor Garland Ethel regarding the Canwell Committee’s accusation against Ethel that he was a member of the Communist Party. Allen explains that he believes faculty members should be frank about party membership “if it had been entered upon.” Garland Ethel states that is willing to do what Allen suggests but that “he did not believe that i... more
    This document summarizes an interview between University of Washington President Raymond B. Allen with Professor Garland Ethel regarding the Canwell Committee’s accusation against Ethel that he was a member of the Communist Party. Allen explains that he believes faculty members should be frank about party membership “if it had been entered upon.” Garland Ethel states that is willing to do what Allen suggests but that “he did not believe that it would be proper for a man who had been a member of the Communist party to undertake to name his associates in the party and asked what the attitude of the Canwell Committee would be toward such a stand… Allen stated that he did know what line the Canwell Committee would take toward such a stand.”. less
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