Study and Investigation of the Federal Communications Commission: Hearings Before the Select Committee to Investigate the Federal Communications Commission, House of Representatives, Seventy-eighth Congress, First Session, Acting Under H. Res. 21, a Resolution Directing the Select Committee to Conduct a Study and Investigation of the Organization, Personnel, and Activities of the Federal Communications Commission with a View to Determining Whether Or Not Such Commission in Its Organization, in the Selection of Personnel, and in the Conduct of Its Activities, Has Been, and Is, Acting in Accordance with Law and the Public Interest...

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