• Creator
  • Gundlach, Ralph
  • Created Date
  • 1950
  • Description
  • This document, written by Ralph Gundlach former University of Washington Professor of Psychology, is a statement concerning the accusations made against him during the Canwell Committee hearings by Canwell witness George Hewitt. Gundlach writes “Following the publication, last April 1950, of Mr. Guthman’s prize winning articles, my attorney, Mr. Hatten, called him, again to offer proof as to my whereabouts during the Summer of 1938. Mr. Guthma... more
    This document, written by Ralph Gundlach former University of Washington Professor of Psychology, is a statement concerning the accusations made against him during the Canwell Committee hearings by Canwell witness George Hewitt. Gundlach writes “Following the publication, last April 1950, of Mr. Guthman’s prize winning articles, my attorney, Mr. Hatten, called him, again to offer proof as to my whereabouts during the Summer of 1938. Mr. Guthman, my attorney reports, answered that he had no interest in any such material, and that the TIMES had a policy to publish nothing favorable regarding me or Mrs. James.” Gundlach goes on to state “Mr. Canwell embarrassed in his shady dealings regarding Professor Rader, has defended himself in the press by asserting that Hewitt’s reliability as a witness was attested to at least by the success of his charges against me. Hewitt’s charges stand only because I am not given an opportunity to answer them. The Prosecuting Attorney has refused to... less
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    Letter (correspondence)
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