SEQUELS: Echoes of 1949

Four men who made Washington headlines in 1949 turned up again in the news:

> Vice Admiral Gerald F. Bogan, whose angry, confidential letter about low morale in the Navy set off the armed services' row over unification, decided to retire (at 55) rather than accept a transfer from command of the First Task Fleet in the Pacific to a shore job as commander of Fleet Air at Jacksonville, Fla., a rear admiral's billet.

> New Dealer Leland D. Olds, overwhelmingly rejected by the Senate as too radical for a third term on the Federal Power Commission, went back on...

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