THE ATOM: Clint's Doctor Fell

I do not like thee, Doctor Fell—The reason why I cannot tell; . . But this I know, and know full well I do not like thee, Doctor Fell.

—Tom Brown

The reason why he cannot tell, but New Mexico's Democratic Senator Clinton Anderson, powerful vice chairman of Congress' Joint Committee on Atomic Energy, knows this full well: he does not like Atomic Energy Commission Chairman Lewis L. Strauss. Although the origins of the feud are obscure, the fact of Anderson's violent dislike for Strauss has been known for years—and by last week it had Clint Anderson, ordinarily a reasonable man,...

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