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McCloy

[muh-kloi]
noun
  1. John Jay,1895–1989, U.S. lawyer, banker, and government official.
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  • McCloy referred to these deviations from policy as experiments "too limited to afford general conclusions."

    Integration of the Armed Forces, 1940-1965

    Morris J. MacGregor, Jr.

  • While he admitted important limitations in the performance of the units, McCloy nevertheless remained encouraged.

  • Even if the quota was meant as a floor rather than a ceiling, McCloy thought it objectionable.

  • Its report, McCloy concluded, should have put these matters beyond doubt.

  • Footnote 5-43: Eventually over thirty-five commands responded to the McCloy questionnaire.