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Carl Alfred Lanning Binger (1889-1976) was a psychiatrist who wrote books and articles on a wide range of topics.

In the 1950 Alger Hiss trials prosecuting attorney Thomas Francis Murphy cross-examined Binger who served as a defense witness by analyzing Whittaker Chambers's activities and writings.[1] In the summer of 1951 he resigned his position of directing the two-million-dollar-endowned Mary Conover Mellon Foundation out of concern for the "sexual development of undergraduates in an atmosphere of supervision by matriarchy." [2]



  1. ^ The Alger Hiss Story
  2. ^ Crimson Saturday, June 02, 1951

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