Roy Cohn quote: I don't write polite letters. I don't like to plea ...
Roy Cohn: He was put on trial for pressuring the army. Roy Cohn and Joe McCarthy were improperly pressuring the army. He had stated something about homosexuals in government, when the irony was that he was homosexual. Roy Cohn didn’t share that he was a homosexual, so he kept it to himself until he died.
Rupert Murdoch: Propaganda Recruit President Reagan meets with publisher Rupert Murdoch, U.S. Information Agency Director Charles Wick, lawyers Roy Cohn and Thomas Bolan in the Oval Office on Jan. 18, 1983. (Photo credit: Reagan presidential library)
Republican Communist witch hunters, Joe McCarthy and Roy Cohn. The 1950's Communism investigations and hearings destroyed the lives and careers of hundreds of thousands of people who had even so much as attended Socialist events in college out of curiosity, or who had merely hung out with the "wrong" people. Republicans paid special attention to Hollywood, fearing "Pinko propaganda". Some of the greatest acting, writing, and directing talents were driven into obscurity.