Lost and Found: L&F is a series devoted to old books which veer from our modern interpretation of historical events. The series devotes itself to seeking out truth which often lies somewhere twixt the gap between understandings.
The second of this series is devoted to McCarthy and His Enemies by William Buckley and L. Brent Bozell, published by the Henry Regnery Company in 1954. The hearings McCarthy held remain one of the most fascinating dramas of the last century. Other chapters on this work include:
Lost and Found: McCarthy and His Enemies - Prologue
Lost and Found: McCarthy and His Enemies - Part I, Chapter 1, The Problem
Lost and Found: McCarthy and His Enemies - Part I, Chapter 2, The Background
Lost and Found: McCarthy and His Enemies - Part I, Chapter 3, The State Department, 1945 - 1947: An Earnest EffortLost and Found: McCarthy and His Enemies - Part I, Chapter 4, The State Department, 1947 - 1950: Three Years of Inertia
The Wheeling Speech, February 9th, 1950
Senator McCarthy launched his assault against US Government security risks early in 1950 with his first speech in Wheeling, West Virginia on February 9th, 1950.
gmu.edu - “Enemies from Within”: Senator Joseph R. McCarthy’s Accusations of Disloyalty
www.c-span.org - Senator Joe Mccarthys Enemies within Speech - VIDEO
St Petersburg Times - 9/27/1952, Sen. Gillette Quits Benton McCarthy Investigation Group
CQ Almanac - 1952 McCarthy-Benton Conflict
archive.org - Full text of "Investigations of Senators Joseph R. McCarthy and William Benton pursuant to S. res. 187 and S. res. 304; report of the Subcommittee on Privileges and Elections to the Committee on Rules and Administration. Washington, U. S. Govt. Print. Off., 1952"
Chicago Tribune.com - 1954/09/30 Some Feet Get Crossed
WND - MOST-HATED SENATOR WAS RIGHT
Washington Post - 1996/04/14, Was McCarthy Right About the Left
NYT Books - Joseph McCarthy Reexaming the Life and Legacy of America's Most Hated Senator By ARTHUR HERMAN