It is a long time since trust-busting was a front-page activity of the U. S. Government. Last week, however, three potent U. S. corporations found themselves involved in anti-trust proceedings. Attorney General William De Witt Mitchell filed suit against Warner Brothers and William Fox and announced a general investigation of the pooled patents held by Radio Corp. of America. This announcement closely followed a ruling in which the U. S. District Court in Wilmington, Delaware, declared that Radio Corp. was following monopolistic practices in its licensing policy.

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