A Star for The Post-Dispatch

June 1942
New Republic;6/29/42, Vol. 106 Issue 26, p881
Industry Overview
Focuses on the accusation of corrupt activities against the Union Electric Co., Missouri's largest corporation by the newspaper "Post-Dispatch." Charges against the company to influence the public officials by slush fund; Testification of the company under oath that it never had slush fund and never contributed to political campaign; Information on several top officials who are going through trials as they have charges of violating the corrupt-practices act.


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