POWER: Morgan, Morgan & Lilienthal

Only five years ago Franklin Roosevelt called TVA "the widest experiment ever undertaken by a government." By last winter the experimenters chosen to do the job had become one of the President's worst headaches. Quarreling among the three TVA directors obliged him to call them to the White House to try their charges against one another. He was pained when Chairman Dr. Arthur Ernest Morgan, insisting that the trial would not be adequate, refused to discuss with the President his complaints against his co-directors, insisted on taking them to Congress (TIME, March 21)....

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