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  • Throughout the 1952 presidential race, Nixon—whom Paul called “the master of innuendo and slythytovery”—had toadied up to McCarthy and helped campaign against the Democratic candidate, Adlai Stevenson, smearing the Ivy League liberal as “a PhD graduate of the Cowardly College of Communist Containment.”

    A Covert Affair


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  • I guess from the context it means sneaky, or something along those lines.

    October 5, 2015