POWER: Morgan Out, Morgan In

One afternoon last week a spare, bronzed man, clad in faded blouse and overalls, was trudging along a dirt road two miles outside Yellow Springs, Ohio, when a reporter pulled up in a car alongside.

"It's 2:30," the reporter grinned. "Want a lift?"

"No, thanks." grinned back TVA Chairman Arthur Ernest Morgan. "I'm just exercising."

In Washington, an hour and a half after Chairman Morgan thus defied the third and final dead line set by the President for withdrawing or supporting his public charges against his fellow directors, Harcourt Morgan and David Eli Lilienthal...

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