National Affairs: On to Veto

Last week the Democrats' leader in the U. S. Senate, Alben Barkley of Kentucky, had something to say about the long-pending Logan-Walter Bill. "I still am not sure," said Mr. Barkley, "what its passage will do to all the agencies of the Government. . . . The more one discusses it, the less he understands it." Brighter Senators than Alben Barkley agreed, wearily passed (27-to-25) a measure which could subject any act, rule, decision of such agencies as NLRB, SEC, FCC, TVA and many others to court review.

Having voted 3-to-1 for an earlier version, the House had already rejected the argument...

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