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Federal regulation of industry.

Philadelphia, American Academy of Political and Social Science, 1908.

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Subjects Industrial policy -- United States.
Industrial policy.
Railroads and state -- United States.
Railroads and state.
United States.
Series Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science ; vol. XXXII, no. 1.
Description iv, 263 pages 26 cm.
Copyright Date 1908.
Notes H1 .A4 With : Tariff revision -- Regulation of the liquor traffic -- Child labor and social progress. Philadelphia : American Academy of Political and Social Science, 1908. Bound together subsequent to publication.
Contents pt. 1. The annual address. -- The government's relation to corporate construciton an management by P.S. grosscup. The public regulation of corporations -- discussion of Judge Grosscup's address by H.K. Smith. Amendment of the Sherman anti-trust law by T. marburg. -- part 2. Effects of anti-trust legislation on business by M.M. Marks. Causes of the present business situation by I. Strauss. The panic and the present depression by T. Marburg. Necessity and purpose of anti-trust law by G.L. Duval. The drug trade and the anti-trust law by W.J. Schleffelin. Attitude of labor toward government regulation of industry by s. gompers. The political significance of recent economic theories by S.N. Patten. -- part 3 The public and the railways by M.A. Knapp. How the states make interstate rates by R. Mather. The trend of government regulations of railroads by E.R. Johnson. The nation and the railways by S. Fish. Five years of railroad regulation by the states by G.C. Huebner. Regulation of foreign commerce by the Interstate commerce commission by W.W. Pierson. -- part 4. Federal usurpations by J.S. Williams. Development of the federal government by T.E. Burton. The nation should superintend all carriers by C.M. Hough. Railway legislation in Texas by J.L. Slayden. Corporation regulations by state and nation by H.M. Hoyt. No combination without regulation by T. Williams. -- part 5. Appendix.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)3828025
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