DEMOCRATS: Boomerang

In a debate at the American Bar Association's Chicago convention last week, G.O.P. National Chairman Leonard Hall challenged his opposite number to cite an example of corruption in the Eisenhower Administration. Democratic Chairman Stephen Mitchell opened his mouth, and what came out was astounding.

Said Mitchell: "All right. Let's look at the Dixon-Yates scandal." He was referring to the plan by which the Atomic Energy Commission will purchase electric power from two Southern utility companies to reimburse the Tennessee Valley Authority for increased amounts of TVA power to be used by the AEC. In approving the contract, Ike overruled the...

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