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Point of Order

Emile de Antonio's 1962 excerpting of Army-McCarthy hearings TV kinescopes, presented in the white heat of outraged liberal propriety (though in retrospect defense counsel Joe Welch's sentimental parries to McCarthy's crude thrusts look slick, calculated, and evasive; by comparison, the Tailgunner's bumptious dishonesty seems almost tonic).

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