National Affairs: Summer Sideshows

When not making pictures, cinema stars make headlines by marrying and divorcing, wooing and suing. When not making laws, members of Congress keep their names and causes before the public by Investigations. This summer these extracurricular activities will be fewer than usual because, in an election year, Congressmen want to be home mending fences. Also because of elections, investigations will be specially designed to provide useful political color. By last week three investigations of 1938 loomed largest:

TVA and the maze of charges and countercharges made by Messrs. Morgan. Morgan & Lilienthal are...

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