Industrial competition and combination.


Philadelphia, 1912.

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H1 .A4 v.42 no.131 Off-site
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Subjects Competition.
Economic history.
Industries.
Trusts, Industrial -- United States.
Trusts, Industrial.
United States -- Economic conditions.
United States.
Working class -- United States.
Working class.
Series Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science ; v. 42.
Description 384 pages.
Notes Copy 1 of H1 .A4 with : The initiative, referendum and recall - - The outlook for industrial peace. Philadelphia : American Academy of Political and Social Science, 1912. Bound together subsequent to publication. DLC
"Book department": pages 342-374.
Contents pt. I. The effect of industrial combinations on labor conditons: Harmfull effects of industrial combinations on labor conditions by J. Williams. The United States steel corporation and labor by J.A. Fitch. Beneficial effects of industrial combinations on labor conditions, bu R.S. Woodward, Jr. Big business and labor by J.T. McCleary. The United States steel corporation and labor conditions by R.C. Bolling. Discussion. -- pt. II. Competition as a safeguard to national welfare. The possibility of competition in commerce and industry by J.B. Clark. Unfair competition by monopolistic corporations by B. Wyman. Competition as a safeguard to national welfare by T. Williams. The fallacy of "big business" by E.S. Meade. Competition: the safeguard and promotor of general welfare by G.F. Canfield. Publicity in affairs of industrial combinations by J.R. Garfield. -- pt. IV. The policy of Great Britain, Canada, and Germany as compared with that of the United States with reference to industrial combinations: The Canadian combines investigation act by W.L.M. King. Business and politics at home and abroad by G.H. Montague. Attitude of German people and government towards trusts by R. Roesler. Policies of Germany, England, Canada and the United States towards combinations by F. Walker. Discussion. -- pt. V. The effect of the Sherman antitrust law on the business of the country: The Sherman anti-trust law and the business of the country by J.T. Talbert. Government regulation of big business in the future by H.R. Seager. Effect of the anti-trust law on general business by A.D. Noyes. The bogey of the "patent monopoly", by G.H. Montague. Discussion. -- pt. VI. The elements of a constructive national policy with reference to industrial combinations: the administration's theory of a constructive policy concerning combinations: I. Address by President Taft. II. Address by G.W. Wickersham. Corporate regulation -- an administrative office by H.K. Smith. Review and criticism of anti-trust legislation by F.G. Newlands. Limitations of anti-trust legislation by J.M. Beck. Federal incorporation of interstate corporations by E.W. Roberts. Control of corporations, persons and firms engaged in interstate commerce by J.S. Williams. -- Communication: The cost of the isthmian ship canal by J.C. Trautwine, jr. -- Notes and discussion : Fisher's "The purchasing power of money" The scope of the Sherman act: the intention of its framers. -- Report of the annual meeting committee.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)ocm00304511
(OCoLC)304511
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