|1.||What would have been the likely consequences, in terms of (a) coverage and (b) program service, of adoption of the various alternative proposals for the development of radio which were advanced in its early days?|
|2.||What do you think were the decisive factors in NBC's departure from Mr. Sarnoff's early plans for its development and from Mr. Owen D. Young's statement of its policy in 1929?|
|3.||How would you explain the adoption of a system of federal control over radio in a peak period of industrial prosperity?|
|1.||Consider practicable ways of putting teeth into the FCC with respect to its regulatory activities in the public interest.|
|2.||Within the limitations of the Communications Act, what do's and don't's might the FCC promulgate as desirable and relevant to broadcasting in the public interest?|
|3.||What precedents are there in our system of government for federal regulation along the lines prescribed for the FCC?|
The Communications Act of 1934, United States Government Printing Office.