Business: TIME CLOCK, Jul. 20, 1953

BUSINESSMEN who thought that Attorney General Brownell would ease up on antitrust prosecutions are in for a surprise. In five months, Brownell's men have filed 19 new cases, twice as many as the busy Democrats filed in their last five months in office, and the Republicans have yet to dismiss a single one of the 136 cases they inherited. The biggest change: bureau chiefs have at last been put on notice to get quick decisions on all old cases, some of which have been hanging fire for more than ten years.

MOVIEMEN have put...

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