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The political aspects of railroad regulation
|Statement||by Joseph Nimmo, Jr.|
|LC Classifications||Microfilm 89/5271 (H)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||17|
|LC Control Number||89953153|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Nimmo, Joseph, Railroad regulation in its political aspects. [Washington, ] (OCoLC) -V'.tfii Nimmo, Joseph The political aspects of railroad regulation THE POLITICAL ASPECTS OF RAILROAD REGULATION i Im'. A CRITICISM OF THE:t;* Eleventh Annual Report of the iterstate Commerce Commission m'Mi'S By JOSEPH NIMMO, Jr [Given to the Press January 2V ]:m WASHINGTON, D.
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Kanazawa, Roger G. Noll. 2: The Institutional Antecedents of State Utility Regulation: The Chicago Gas Industry, to 55 Werner Troesken 3: Congress and Railroad Regulation: to 81 Keith T. Poole, Howard :// Too, labor relations and strikes became issues as unions organized, seeking better wages and working conditions.
A series of high-profile financial scandals, strikes, and railroad disasters soured the romance, and gave rise to the Interstate Commerce Commission’s often misguided regulation, which did much to undermine American › Books › Engineering & Transportation › Transportation.
Men like Jay Gould, Cornelius Vanderbilt, E. Harriman, James J. Hill, and J.P. Morgan controlled a powerful industry. They wielded political power, too, by demanding the federal government send troops in to break up railroad strikes in and Meanwhile farmers began to protest the railroad’s monopoly over transportation :// As this book shows, the railroad is a prism to look at American history – it is deeply intertwined with American history.
The railroad’s infancy was near the beginning of the United States, when the country was agrarian, almost a wilderness of unconnected small :// The Great Railroad Revolution: The History of Trains in America - Kindle edition by Wolmar, Christian.
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6. See, e.g., L. BENSON, MERCHANTS, FARMERS, AND RAILROADS: RAILROAD REGULATION AND NEw YORK POLITICS, (); G. MILLER, RAILROADS AND THE GRANGER LAWS (). Although Benson's book discusses federal legislation as well, it does so entirely from the per-spective of New York lobbyists and political ?article=&context=ylj.
Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library Alan D. Adams, “Reasonable Rates,” Journal of Political Econ no. 1 (December ): 79–97, 83; Harrison Standish Smalley, “Railroad Rate Control in Its Legal Aspects: A Study of the Effect of Judicial Decisions Upon Public Regulation of Railroad Rates,” Publications of the American Economic Association 3 Series 7, no.
2 (May See, for example, Vietor, Richard H. K., “ Businessmen and the Political Economy: The Railroad Rate Controversy of ” Journal of American History 64 (June ): 47 – 66, and McCraw, “Regulation in America,” – The Texas Railroad Commission held its first meeting in Junebut work proceeded slowly.
Almost at once, the commission’s very existence was challenged in court and in the political arena. The Commission Under Attack. A group of railroad companies went to federal court against the Railroad Commission’s power to set and enforce :// The history of recent railroad regulation by state and Federal legislation, and of court decisions affecting the railroads, is clearly and succinctly told in William Z.
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The American public has a fascination with railroad wrecks that goes back a long way. One hundred years ago, staged railroad accidents were popular events.
At the Iowa State fair in89, people paid $20 each, at current prices, to see two trains, throttles wide open, collide with each 83 Congress and Railroad Regulation: to also trade votes on provisions of railroad regulation for votes on other issues such as free coinage of silver or the gold standard.
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