Business & Finance: Routine Vigilance

¶ Tired Business Men who twirled their radio dials one night last week picked up the voice of Assistant Attorney General Thurman Arnold as he pleaded for a larger trust-busting corps—one comparable with SEC's 1,200 or Civil Aeronautics Authority's 2,800. He now has a staff of 65. Said he: "You can't police a country as large as America with a corporal's guard." Meanwhile, as such outbursts spurred vacationless lawyers ransacking files for anything that the Congressional Monopoly Investigation committee might conceivably regard as incriminating evidence, the dogged Federal Trade Commission continued unheralded...

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