Business: Trustbuster in a Bowler

ROBERT ALAN BICKS

TO many businessmen, the most upsetting member of the Eisenhower Administration is a 32-year-old trustbuster who acts more like a New Dealer than might be expected of a Republican. He is Robert Alan Bicks, nominated last week as the youngest Assistant Attorney General ever to head the Justice Department's Antitrust Division. As acting boss last year, Bob Bicks filed 63 criminal and civil antitrust cases against U.S. business, largest number of antitrust suits since the heady days of the New Deal.

This year Bicks expects to do even better: he has...

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