Antitrust and Regulation During World War I and the Republican Era, 1917-1932

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Robert F. Himmelberg
Taylor & Francis, 1962 - Business & Economics - 395 pages
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Contents

Herbert Hoovers AntiMonopoly
17
Origins of the Texas Railroad Commissions Power
49
The Transformation of the Federal Trade Commission
85
The Great Freight Rate Fight
105
The Trade Association Movement in Cotton Textiles
123
Controversy in Building
149
Business Antitrust Policy and the Industrial Board
203
The War Industries Board and the Antitrust Question
205
President Hoover Organized Business and the Antitrust
227
Herbert Hoover and the Regulation of Grain Futures
265
Efforts of American
286
Wilson McAdoo
316
Origins of Federal Oil Regulation in the 1920s
327
The Political Economy of Banking Regulation 18641933
385
Acknowledgments
393
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ROBERT F. HIMMELBERG is Professor of History at Fordham University. He served as Dean of Fordham's Graduate School of Arts and Sciences from 1993 to 2000.

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