|1.1. Disappearance by Merger, Manufacturing and Mining, 1895-196811|
|2.1. Disappearance by Merger of Large Manufacturing and Mining Firms, 1951-196822|
|2.2. Percent of Manufacturing Assets Held by the 200 Largest Corporations, 1951-196823|
|2.3. Concentration Ratios for Representative Industries, 197230|
|2.4. Acquisitions by Location of Corporate Headquarters, State of Acquired and Acquiring Companies, Net Gain or Loss of 80 Firms, 1955-196832|
|2.5. Assets Acquired by the 25 Most Active Acquiring Companies Among the 200 Largest Manufacturing Corporations, 1961-196841|
|2.1. Distribution of Assets and Profits by Size of Company, First Quarter of 1959 and 196925|
|2.2. Distribution of Manufacturing Industries by Four-Firm Concentration Ratio, 196628|
|2.3. Distribution of Total Acquired Assets in Large Mergers, by Type, 1948-196835|
|3.1. Acquisitions Challenged by the Antitrust Division, Kennedy- Johnson Administrations78|
|3.2. Acquisitions Challenged by the Federal Trade Commission, Kennedy-Johnson Administrations78|
|7.1. Disappearance by Merger of Manufacturing and Mining Firms, 1948-1972106|
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Publication information: Book title: Federal Antitrust Policy during the Kennedy-Johnson Years. Contributors: James R. Williamson - Author. Publisher: Greenwood. Place of publication: Westport, CT. Publication year: 1995. Page number: ix.
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