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Gated by the State Department's LoyIn 1966, Clubb joined with Red alty Board. On February 11, 1952, t he China lobbyists (John K . Fa irba nk, State D epartm en t anno unced that Roger Hilsm an , Bayard Ru stin, Doak Clubb was "a bsolutely cleared " of Barnett, Clar k K err, A n na Lord charges aga inst his loyalty and securit y, Strauss, and Robert A. Scalapino) to and that he was restored to du ty. ) and Sta tes-China Relations to promote apJoseph R. ) dis- peasement of Red China. covered th at Clubb was not "cleare d" Clubb's lect ures on collegiate cam- absolutely or otherwise - by t he pu ses and elsewhere reflect the hoary Lo yalty Board but rather that its three policy of the In stitute of Pacific Relame mbers voted un animously against tio ns, to whi ch he belon ged for twe nty him.
He has made no attempt to secure citizenship. He has been an alien leech in thi s country 's jugular, proselytizin g o n beha lf of our enemy, depre cating our po licies, and inveighing against our ob jectives. "He has made cou ntless stateme nts advocati ng the supre m acy of a Communist Chinese hegemony; apologizing for the rapacious excesses of the Peiping regime. "W hile o ur g uest, he has been actively engaged in pursuits w hich have been detri me nta l to the interests of the U nited States .
He married Ve rla Koening. , 1942). From 1933 until 1941, he was an assistant cashier in a Hastings, Nebraska bank. In 1946 and 1947, Crockett was an assistant to the director of administration for the U. S. Ma ritime Commission in Naples. In 1948, he retu rned to the Hastings ba nk as an assistant vice preside nt and rem ained there until 1951 whe n h e entered the State Departme nt. For ten years, Crockett served in m inor State Department posts in Washington, Lebanon, Karachi, and Rome. Then, under Secretary of State Dean Rusk, Crockett wou ld serve for six years, first as assistant secretary for administration and then as deputy under28 DAVIES When General A lbert C.