Georgia Justice and the FCC

Whitman, Willson
September 1943
New Republic;9/6/43, Vol. 109 Issue 10, p333
Reports on the Congressional investigation of the U.S. Federal Communications Communication (FCC) by Representative Gene Cox of Georgia. Reports that the papers which say the Cox Committee's technique copies the Dies technique do Gene Cox an injustice; Views of Eugene L. Garey, Cox Committee's counsel about how to conduct hearings for maximum publicity value; View that the investigation has been wholly one-sided is, perhaps, one reason why it has failed to attract public notice; Comparison of Cox and Dies' Committee's investigation; Report that the object of the investigation was to afford occasion for criticizing Democrats; Views of FCC Chairman James L. Fly on the issue.


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