Business & Finance: Upset in Milwaukee

"I have no interest in trust-busting for the sheer joy of it," remarked Robert Jackson, Assistant U. S. Attorney General in charge of trustbusting, in a published interview last week. One thing was sure: Lawyer Jackson last week had something less than sheer joy in his latest attempt at trustbusting. For nine months early this year Lawyer Jackson's department investigated the operations of the four big auto-financing companies owned by or connected with automobile manufacturers. Last September it began presenting its evidence to a special Federal grand jury in Milwaukee. Last week, just...

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