Considering the episode where McCarthy got drunk and assaulted Pearson, he had a drinking problem before that.The alcoholism didn't begin until after his name was made into a slur. Again, you don't know what you're talking about.
McCarthy did not in fact have a definitive list of names of spies as he claimed in many speeches. He did however provide names to the Tydings committee and in various other circumstances, it is those names which were examined for evidence of espionage using modern records. My source is very thorough and spells it all out if you actually want to read it.Huh? First you post a list and use it as proof McCarthy was wrong, then you say the list doesn't exist. Which is it? Nevermind I know, the list never existed. and the nonsense you posted, not accurate.