National Affairs: Six and Six

President Roosevelt, after taking counsel with his Cabinet, last week picked the six members from his executive branches who will sit with six from Congress on the potent temporary National Economic Committee, better known as the Monopoly Investigation (TIME, June 20). Because the President originally asked for an all-executive committee, because Congress kept control of only one-fifth of the $500,000 expense money it voted, and because of the six Congress members at least one, Representative Eicher of Iowa, is an Administration wheelhorse, the six executives will doubtless dominate the committee's policy. Significantly,...

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