National industries and the federal government.

Philadelphia : American Academy of Political and Social Science, 1916.

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Subjects Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (U.S.)
Industrial policy -- United States.
Industrial policy.
USA -- Regierung.
United States.
United States. Federal Trade Commission.
United States. Interstate Commerce Commission.
Series Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science ; v. 63.
Description 322 pages ; 24 cm.
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents pt. I. The Federal trade commission and its problems: the Federal trade commission law by N.B. Williams. The Federal trade commission and its relations to the courts by C. Lynde. Unfair methods of competition and their prevention by W.H.S. Stevens. Should the manufacturer have the right to fix selling prices: by G.H. Montague. The Federal trade commission's investigation of foreign trade conditions. Cooperation and the anti-trust laws by G.H. Montague. Possible benefits of the federal trade commission by A.W. Smith -- pt. II. The Federal reserve board and its accomplishments: The organization and work of the Federal reserve board by E.M. Patterson. Credit reformation by W. Ingle. Commercial paper and the Federal reserve board by E.E. Agger. Some phases of the new check collection system by G.B. Anderson. The development of our foreign trade under the federal reserve act by J. Clausen. Completing the reform of our baking system by G.J. Seay. -- pt. III. The interstate commerce commission and its work: the Interstate commerce commission and the railroads by S.O. Dunn. The federal valuation of utilities by C.A. Prouty. Federal valuation of railroads in the United States by T.W. Hulme. The conflict between the state and federal regulation of railroads by W.D. Hines. Recent financial investigations by the Interstate commerce commission by E.R. Dewanup. Do "cost of transportation" exhibits in railroad rate cases show cost? by A.S. Olmsted, 2d. The accounting system prescribed for railroads by the Interstate commerce commission by W.E. Hooper. -- pt. IV. Other federal departments in their relation to American industries: the Seamen's act by P.R. Kennedy. Water-power development of the national forests and proposed new legislation by O.C. Merrill. Shall the government regulate the sale of securities? by H. Lyon. The work of the Federal Bureau of labor statistics in its relation to the business of the country by R. Meeker. The enforcement of child labor laws by E.N. Cooper. Vitalizing the national and conserving human units through the development of agricultural communities by H. MacRae. -- Book department.
Geographic Area United States
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