Alameda Civic News: vol. 1, #9 Wednesday, February 20, 1935; The private power company or the people; which shall it be
by Deuser, Chas. M., editor and publisher
Alameda Ca: SELf-published by the editor, 1935. Newspaper. 8p., unfastened newsprint folio leaves printed and folded tabloid-style, very acidic and fragile with advanced chipping, splitting along foldlines. Illustrated with vignette photoportraits of "clean" candidates for police, fire and administrator positions. Charter League campaign literature, aimed at PG&E, draws on TVA statistics to challenge PG&E's fiscal "power octopus" --so characterized in these texts, invoking the Frank Norris novel about rail monopoly in California. (Inventory #: 168007)
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