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" The policy of the law and the convenience of business favor the making of joint rates, and the more completely the whole railroad system of the country can be treated as a unit, as if it were all under one management, the greater will be the benefit of... "
E. H. Harriman: A Biography - Page 339
by George Kennan - 1922 - 842 pages
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The American Law Register, Volume 27; Volume 36

Law - 1888
...favor them, and the more completely the whole railroad system of the country can be treated as a unit, the greater will be the benefit of its service to the public and the less the liability to unfair exactions: Martin v. C. J>. & QBR Co., The Commission, June 19, 1888. Trade center», or large commercial...
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Interstate Commerce Commission Reports: Decisions of the ..., Volume 2

United States. Interstate Commerce Commission - Interstate commerce - 1889
...completely the whole railroad system of the country can be treated as a vmit, as if it were all under one management, the greater will be the benefit of...to the public and the less the liability to unfair exactions. All the joint rates from Chicago to interior points in Nebraska may, therefore, for the...
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The Railway Agent and Station Agent: A Monthly Magazine ..., Volumes 9-10

1889
...completely the whole railroad system of the country can be treated as a unit, as if it were all under one management, the greater will be the benefit of...to the public, and the less the liability to unfair exactions." Mr. Chairman, this commercial congress should unite in another purpose, to secure clean...
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Addresses Delivered Before the World's Railway Commerce Congress: Held in ...

Railroads - 1893 - 265 pages
...completely the whole railroad system of the country can be treated as a unit, as if it were all under one management, the greater will be the benefit of...to the public, and the less the liability to unfair exactions." Mr. Chairman, this Commercial Congress should unite in another purpose; to secure clean...
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The North American Review, Volume 206

1917
...completely the whole railway system of the country can be created as a unit, as if it were all under one management, the greater will be the benefit of...to the public, and the less the liability to unfair exactions. The combination of railroads on a national scale, which would have been condemned and resisted...
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E. H. Harriman: Railroad Czar, Volume 1

George Kennan - Biography & Autobiography - 1922 - 464 pages
...His motives were then misrepresented and his methods were described as autocratic and monopolistic; but time has demonstrated the soundness of his ideas....to the public and the less the liability to unfair exactions." 1 Dr. Meyer, in his " History of the Northern Securities Case," is perfectly right in saying:...
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The Forum, Volume 5

1887
...completely the whole railroad system of the country can be treated as a unit, as if it were all under one management, the greater will be the benefit of...to the public and the less the liability to unfair exactions." GR BLANCHARD. OUR BARBAROUS FUNERAL CUSTOMS. ONE of the strange facts of history is the...
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Notes of Cases Relating to Railway, Private and Municipal ..., Volumes 1-5

1886
...completely the whole railroad system of the country can be treated as a unit, as if it were all under one management, the greater will be the benefit of...to .the public and the less the liability to unfair exactions." To treat the " whole railroad system as a unit" is essentially all the pool I ask, for...
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