GOVERNMENT: The Beginning of Dixon-Yates

GOVERNMENT The Beginning of Dixon-Yates After 14 months of confusion and controversy, Congress and the U.S. last week got a clear and sharp outline of the first steps that led to the Dixon-Yates power contract. Before Democratic Senator Estes Kefauver's special antitrust and monopoly subcommittee came Joseph Morrell Dodge, a tough-minded Detroit banker who served as President Eisenhower's first Budget Director, is now a special presidential assistant on foreign economic policy. Joe Dodge told the subcommittee who made the decision that led to Dixon-Yates: it was Joe Dodge.

Two Alternatives. In 1953,...

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