Dr. T. V. Seeling
Dr. II. II. r-ll.ea
Mine-. I lliellia
Ami,. V. K.
I lien I Jiih-mai
Meijeer I.eeeiis keena
Anile. T. F. Tsiang
Ludwig Keeje hmeele
K,,v W. Howard
Henrj R- Luce
Gen. Claire L.
Rep. Walter H. Jiielel
\\ Illieitte I. (.eeeielu ill
Richard M. Nixon
Freda n k (. Me k ■
J.is(.|ih li. McCarthy
Six weeks after The Reporter articles,
Senator Harrj P. Cain of Washington
made a speech on the floor of the Senate
entitled "Tin- China Lobby." In it he
included a reprint of lln- entire thirteen
articles from the- two issues of The Reporter. His conclusion was lhal there
was no "China Lobby" in the usual
meaning of ei group of lobbyists working
for lln- interests of tin- Chiang Kai-shek
government, but that then- was ei \etst
eunl all-pervasive Communist conspiracy
extending into lln- press, radio ami even
tin- government itself, working againsl
Chiang Kai-shek's cause and for Ihe
Knowland, Richard M. Nixon, ami Joseph R. McCarthy were Senators. Walter
H. Juelel is ei Congressman.
Freda Utley is ei writer, author of
hooks on Japan ami China, who lias
turned her attention lo Europe since the
late forties. Mr. Vietor Lasky is an author who has never written about China.
This leaves only Norwood Allinein.
Frederick C. McKee, William J. Goodwin anel Alfred Kohlberg as possible
Mr. McKee is a reputedly wealthj
businessman of Pittsburgh, who became
investigation of both
Referring lo The
Senator Cain said:
Either Mr. iscoli (publisher), Mr.
Wertenbaker ami their associates have
been 'suckered' ley tie,- Communists from
-tart tee finish, eer they have ileliln-rately
participated in ei Communist maneuver.
Now to go back to all the- persons
named lev Lattimore, The Reporter, anil
Senate statements aboul lhe "China
Lobby," wc may vet) well begin h>
scratching mil eill ihe Chinese names as
they were eill offie ials of the government
of thc Republic of China, in .America on
diplomatic missions. None weis registered as a lobbyist. If they worked
ardently for the best interests of their
country, I think meest Americans would
agree thai they sel em example we would
wish our own diplomats to follow.
Of tin- others named, Ludwig Raj-
chman is a Polish Communisl; Roy W.
Ileeweiril is Chairman of the Hoard of the
Scripps-Howard papers: Henry I!. Luce
is publisher of ihe Time-Life-Fortune
magazines. General Claire L. Chennault
ami Whiting Willauer are the owners
eiml managers of CAT airline in lhe Far
East eiml resident in Formosa and Monroe, Louisiana. Lauchlin Currie is the
former Administrative Assistant to Presidents Roosevelt ami Truman, charged
hv Whittaker Chambers and Elizabeth
Bentley with being part of their Communist espionage network. William H.
.Norwood Allman. ei former judge in
tin- Mixeel Court in Shanghai, returned
to lie U.S. laic in 1950, after a year
behind the bamboo curtain, lo raise his
voice against Communist atrocities ami
\me-rie ei s inept policies.
William J. Goodwin was retained as
public relations consultant hy the Chinese governmenl for one year beginning
March, I'll,'!. Ai the end of the year his
contracl wets renewed for another year.
He registered as both foreign agent ami
lobbyist iiiiile-r I ,S. leiws. His activities
ended March 31, 1950. Goodwin's sworn
reports revealed expenditures for the
Iw.i Mens of $55,000 for salary eiml
$32,633 fen- expenses.
As Ceeoelwin ended his activities before the Lattimore testimony, Mav.
1950. which started all the hullabaloo,
lhal leaves only me.
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I AM THE CHINA LOBBY
I have pleaded for investigation by
letter lo lhe Buchanan House- Lobbying
Committee, lo lhe McCarran Senate
Committee, lo Senator Morse, Senator
Connally and others. No such investigation heis been initiated, hut lhe McCarran Committee granted me the privilege
of filing an affidavit. Mv affidavit appears in Volume 1 I of its hearings, beginning on page 1934. ll sets forth, under oath, my long career ;is a businessman in China; mv trip there during ll"'
war in I'll.'! eis Chairman of the Executive Committee of the American Bureau
for Medical Aid lo China; my discover}
of "monkey business" in our cmleeiss\ ;
mv return lo America eiml complaints I"
lhe Stale Department; mv discovery "'
lln- center of the conspiracy in lhe Institute of Pacific Relations, of which I was
;i member; and my open fight to get rid
ol lhe Reds in the Institute, ending 1"
my defeat in 1947. Prior lo lhal I ha«
joined ihe anti-Communist American
China Policy Association founded bj
J. li. Powell, anil hail also founded em1'
hce (inn- publisher of the only American
magazine devoted exclusively lo the exposure of communism, Plain 'Full.. M)
"lobbying" has consisted 'if open letter*
lo lhe Congress eiml the press, article's i'J
various publications, ami the supply "'
information to Congressmen, write!*
eiml others, on request.
The affidavit continued thai I have
never heul any financial connection "'
transaction with any Chinese goverij"
mini or any person ever connected wil"
seiuie-. \or have I ever accepted any cut1'
tribution from any person whatever. M)
efforls had been arduous: my result
small. In spite- of public warnings, i'1*'
ginning in I'll I. I have- seen Amend1
sell oul China al Yalta ami Potsdan>i
and in hundreds of erroneous decision*
After the- feill of China 1 saw its resin1
the Korean weir, lhe fal
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