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  • state in America As long as Senator McCarren was alive, and he controlled J. Edgar Hoover, they didn't have any problem. But once McCarren died, they had a big problem about trying to close down their biggest industry, which was tourism
  • the Internal Security [Sub]committee. Here was a committee that [J. Edgar] Hoover used; when he couldn't get somebody investigated on his own, he would use that committee to investigate people. Olin Johnston was a member of that committee, Senator [Patrick
  • with each other, backbiting and so forth, and he went down chronologically from Wilson to Coolidge to Harding to Hoover to Roosevelt to Truman; I don't guess Truman had a vice president, but he had problems with Henry Wallace in the cabinet, whom he finally