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This report from the US Senate's Committee on Naval Affairs details the findings of a subcommittee examining the use of naval radio stations for commercial purposes. The report touches on issues of government control and ownership of communication infrastructure, providing valuable insight into the early debates over how the US should regulate its telecommunications industry. An important historical document for anyone interested in the development of American communications policy.
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