CORPORATIONS: Question, Please

Ever since the Department of Justice slapped Du Pont with an antitrust suit last June, the corporation has been quietly taking its case to the country. Its executives have made speech after speech at luncheons and dinners. Last week, as he rose to address 300 newsmen at Washington's National Press Club, Du Pont President Crawford H. Greenewalt got a chance to let the Justice Department have it at close range. Just seven places down the speaker's table sat Assistant Attorney General Herbert Bergson, boss of the Justice Department's antitrust division.

As Bergson smiled self-consciously, Greenewalt ripped into the department: "We have...

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