Senator Joseph R. McCarthy on Television Broadcast
Original caption: Senator Joseph R. McCarthy, appearing on a television screen during his filmed reply to Columbia Broadcasting System newscaster Edward R. Murrow, tells a coast to coast audience (April 6th), that Murrow "as far back as twenty years ago, was engaged in propaganda for Communist causes." The Wisconsin Republican was answering Murrow's anti-McCarthy Program of March 9th. McCarthy called Murrow--"a symbol--the leader and the cleverest of the jackal pack which is always found at the throat of anyone who dares to expose Communists and traitors." Murrow labeled the Senator's attack as a "typical tactic of attempting to tie up to Communism, anyone who disagrees with him."
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