UTILITIES: Full Steam and Hydro Ahead

Since the end of May, when Franklin Roosevelt invited competent businessmen to help him arm the U. S. against war, many a bloodstained hatchet in the New Deal's feud with business has been quietly buried. Most unobtrusive burial: utility men (once the President's most truculent foes) have begun to work alongside public-powerites (some of the toughest hatchetmen in the New Deal) for the mutual good of preparedness. To the Defense Advisory Commission have come two key ambassadors of the power industry: Charles Wetmore Kellogg, president of Edison Electric Institute, and Gano Dunn,...

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