The robber barons: saints or sinners? Edited by Thomas B. Brewer.
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Capitalists and financiers -- United States -- History.
Industries -- United States -- History.
105 p. facsim. 24 cm.
The unethical maneuverings of Henry Villard, by M. Josephson.--Villard: the positive side, by T. C. Cochran.--John D.: the ruthless elimination of competition, by I. M. Tarbell.--Consolidation through efficiency, by R. W. and M. Hidy.--The pervasive influence of social Darwinism, by R. Hofstadter.--Alternatives to Spencerism, by I. G. Wylie.--The folly of conspicuous consumption by T. Veblen.--The big house revisited, by E. C. Kirkland.--The tyrant cracks the whip, by H. David.--A reconsideration of labor policies, by H. Gutman.--The moguls manipulate Congress, by G. Myers.--The indecisiveness of political influence, by D. J. Rothman.--The robber baron: creative and destructive, by F. Redlich.--Bibliography (p. 101-105)
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