POWER: Three Verdicts

One year after TVA's simmering, saintly Chairman Arthur Ernest Morgan got himself fired for quarreling publicly with co-Directors Harcourt Morgan and David Lilienthal (TIME, March 14,1938, et seq.), a joint House & Senate committee which investigated his complaints that the TVA had been mismanaged last week produced three findings:

1.) By Senator Vic Donahey's majority (5 Democrats, 1 Republican) : "the main purposes of the TVA act have been honestly and efficiently performed . . . [Dr. Morgan's charges] are without foundation, not supported by evidence, and made without due consideration of the facts."

2) By Senator James...

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