Playwright Arthur Miller Testifying to House Subcommittee
Playwright Arthur Miller, who soon may become Marilyn Monroe's third husband, testified before a house unamerican activities subcommittee. The Pulitzer prize-winning author said he supported communist causes in the late 1940's because "it suited the mood I was in," but flatly denied to the subcommittee that he ever was under red discipline.
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June 21, 1956
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