Begeman, Jian
December 1952
New Republic;12/15/52, Vol. 127 Issue 24, p8
Focuses on efforts made by Stephen J. Spingarn of the U.S. Federal Trade Commission to strike back at big-business lobbies attempting to influence decisions on two important anti-monopoly cases. Companies which are being targeted by Spingarn; Basis for Spingarn's attack on the Bureau of Education on Fair Trade; Examples cited by Spingarn to highlight violation of ethics; Ethics of business-inspired pressure exerted on members of the FTC challenged by Spingarn.


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