SMALL BUSINESS: Protection Needed?

After Congress created the Small Defense Plants Administration last July, President Truman had a hard time finding a man to run the new agency. Last month he snagged Telford Taylor, 43, an old New Deal friend of Truman's, who has made a notable record as general counsel for the Federal Communications Commission, as a G-2 brigadier general in World War II and, later, as chief U.S. prosecutor at the Nürnberg war crimes trials. A Harvard Law School graduate ('32), Taylor left the Government in 1949, this year began his own Manhattan law practice.

As he was sworn in as SDP...

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