A Setback for the Power Trust

Moutoux, John T.
December 1933
New Republic;12/27/33, Vol. 77 Issue 995, p193
Focuses on the power policy in the U.S. Refusal to grant rate deductions for the power companies in the country; Creation of Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA); Protection of the public against unreasonable rates and financial abuses by private utilities; Information that regulation of private power companies by state utility commissions has had a fair trial; Plan for installation of power-generating facilities; Announcement of a rate schedule by the TVA representing drastic reduction.


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