In This Review

Atomic Energy and Congress
Atomic Energy and Congress
By Morgan Thomas, in Collaboration with Robert M. Northrop
University of Michigan Press, 1956, 301 pp

A study, by a research team, of the rôles and relationship of the Atomic Energy Commission and the Joint Congressional Committee on Atomic Energy in directing atomic developments--an important example, in the authors' view, "of the governmental process adapting itself to unusual needs by the creation of an unusual pattern of control."