Seldom have the individual freedoms which built and sustain America come under such strong attack as in the hottest years of the cold war, the years from the end of World War II through much of the 1950s. These were years which saw constant efforts to undermine the fundamental rights to speak and think as one wished. For ten year crucial years a senator from Missouri fought the erosion of those basic rights with the Bill of Rights as his battle flag. One of the greatest fighters for individual Americans in those terrifying years was Thomas Hennings.
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