Ever since 1930, when radio came of age, giant Radio Corporation of America (1957 sales: $1.18 billion) has been fencing with the Justice Department in a series of antitrust matches. RCA, leading the industry in research, has been nicked by several actions designed to break its dominance of the electronics field. Last week the Government thrust hard to end the contest once and for all.

In the Eisenhower Administration's biggest antitrust suit to date, a federal grand jury charged RCA with conspiring to restrain the manufacture, sale and distribution of radio, television, radar...

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