Charges against members of the House and lobby activities of the National association of manufacturers of the United States and others: Hearings before the Select Committee of the House of Representatives appointed under House resolution 198, Sixty-third Congress, first session, July 12 to [Sept. 19] 1913, Volume 2, Parts 4-7
Govt. print. off., 1913 - Political Science
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