The liberals, as they warm up for 1956, begin again their perennial pursuit of issues. Not much remains to them. They have muted their criticism in most areas, renounced it completely in others. Now, however, a convenient amnesia has set in which invites bold onslaughts on a condition the Democratic Party itself created.
The Fair Deal publicists have decided to make an issue of regulatory commissions. Certain sinister developments are alleged to have taken place in the past two years. It is said that our watchdogs of fair play have been captured and leashed by the very groups they were designed to curb. President Eisenhower, determined to fulfill his campaign pledge of using only the best brains, sought them in their natural environment, Big Business. The best brains are not inclined to inhibit others with a similar complement of gray matter....
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