GOVERNMENT: The New Trustbuster

Not long after California's Judge Stanley N. (for Nelson) Barnes, 53, became chief trustbuster of the Eisenhower Administration, he was asked: "When is the Department [of Justice] going to stop this ambushing of the innocent businessman?" Last week, before an SRO crowd of lawyers gathered in Boston to hear his first major policy address, Assistant Attorney General Barnes gave a sharp answer: only when the businessman is really innocent. So far, he observed dryly, he had found "some, but not many, of these 'innocents.' " Anyone who thought that the Republicans intended...

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