The Reply for Mr. Willkie

October 1940
New Republic;10/28/40, Vol. 103 Issue 18, p579
Presents information on a comment by this periodical on presidential candidate Wendell Willkie. Information that Willkie was listed in the certificate as one of the original directors, when Commonwealth and Southern Corp. of New York was formed; Statement of this periodical that a second attempt on the part of the TVA and the U.S. government to deal with Willkie, at a time when a Southeast power grid was under discussion, was broken off by the so-called nineteen-company attack on the TVA's constitutionality; Instances in the records of the La Follette Committee which prove that Willkie subsidiaries employed labor spies and anti-union agents.


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