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The Trust Problem

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$65.00 • €60.00

ISBN 9780674337497

Publication Date: 01/01/1920

145 pages

9 plates


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  • I. The Necessity of Prohibition or Regulation
  • II. The Possibility of Preventing Combination
  • III. Difficulties of Regulating Combinations
  • IV. The Alleged Advantages of Combination
  • V. The Trust Legislation of 1914
    • I. Unfair Competitive Methods
    • II. New Provisions on Combinations in Restraint of Trade
    • III. Mismanagement of Railroads
    • IV. The Federal Trade Commission
  • Appendix
    • I. Sherman Anti-Trust Law
    • II. Anti-Trust Act of 1914
    • III. Trade Commission Act
    • IV. Combinations in Import Trade
    • V. Use of the Panama Canal
    • VI. Expedition of Proceedings
    • VII. Witnesses and Testimony

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