• Creator
  • Allen, Raymond B.
  • Created Date
  • 1949
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  • In this statement University of Washington President Raymond B. Allen concludes that he is satisfied that there is no evidence to support the accusations of George Hewitt & the Canwell Committee that Professor Melvin Rader attended a New York Communist school, and in fact that there is evidence against it. Allen writes, "I consider that Professor Rader was falsely accused in the Hewitt testimony. The University administration is fully satisfie... more
    In this statement University of Washington President Raymond B. Allen concludes that he is satisfied that there is no evidence to support the accusations of George Hewitt & the Canwell Committee that Professor Melvin Rader attended a New York Communist school, and in fact that there is evidence against it. Allen writes, "I consider that Professor Rader was falsely accused in the Hewitt testimony. The University administration is fully satisfied by the present evidence that Mr. Hewitt's allegations concerning Professor Rader have been disproved.". less
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