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ARANHA-POST-UN-4a - t*fifff HE'S TOUGH BATTLER Pulls No Punches...
t*fifff HE'S TOUGH BATTLER Pulls No Punches DREW FEABSON Special Correspondent •UTASHINGTON. — History sometimes has a VY- topsy-turvy way of lining up people and- politics. Take, for instance, the closing debate M the United Nations at which Russia's Ambassador Ambassador Gromyko was given the verbal straight arm by U. S. Ambassador Philip Jessup. It was just about a year ago that Dr. Jessup was under bitter Senate attack led by Harold Stassen, president of the University of Pennsylvania, and simultaneously was defended defended by Dwight D. Eisenhower, president of Columbia. Jessup, a Columbia professor, professor, had been charged by Senator. McCarthy with being being pro - Communist; and Stassen, taking up the charge, swore Jessup had been at a White House con-: ference which urged the reduction reduction of aid to Chiang Kai- shek; - i : ."My memory is crystal clear that Vandenberg told I •me Jessup was present at

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  1. Lubbock Avalanche-Journal,
  2. 28 Dec 1952, Sun,
  3. Page 42

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