Date of Award
Bachelor of Arts
Dr. Frances W. Gregory
This paper is an attempt to understand the hearing of Dr. Julius Robert Oppenheimer in the light of the American state of mind. In doing so, I have considered only those events which helped to form that state of mind, or those persons who participated in the hearings. For this reason a great deal of material has not been included in the paper. I will not consider World War II nor the period following, except insofar as it is relevant to the hearing. Nor will I explore the McCarthy hearings. Only those areas of Oppenheimer's life which had a bearing on his trial will be covered.
Murray, Shelby, "The Oppenheimer case" (1967). Honors Theses. 800.