The Trust Problem in the United States

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INDEX
Acme Harvesting Machine Co., 246.
Adamson, Representative, 338.
Addyston Pipe and Steel Co., 12, 23,395- 390.
Addyston Pipe and Steel Co. v. United States, 326, 395-398, 442.
Adriance, Platt and Co., 246.
Agricultural implement. See International Harvester Co.
Agricultural organizations, 372-373.
Aluminum Company of America, 13, 298, 490-492, 519, 539.
Aluminum. See Aluminum Company of America.
Amalgamated Copper Co., 90, 377.
American Agricultural Chemical Co., 4, 515.
American Beet Sugar Co., 104.
American Bicycle Co., 42-43, 190, 272, 297, 519, 539.
American Bridge Co., 189, 195, 199-202, 287.
American Can Co., 43, 272, 278-279, 292, 445, 493, 497-498, 527-528, 539, 548.
American Car and Foundry Co., 190.
American Chicle Co., 42, 519, 528, 539.
American Cigar Co., 132, 137, 150, 153, 271, 291, 414,456-457.
American Coal Products Co., 43, 444, 492.
American Cotton Oil Co., 20-21, 23, 31, 40.
American Cotton Oil trust. See American Cotton Oil Co.
American Federation of Labor, 372.
American Hide and Leather Co., 42, 539.
American Iron and Steel Manufacturing Co., 190.
American Linseed Co., 42, 530.
American Malting Co., 40, 272, 296-297, 539.
American Radiator Co., 190.
American Sheet Steel Co., 42, 189, 193, 195, 200, 202, 287.
American Smelting and Refining Co., 332, 504.
American Snuff Co., 42, 100-101, 137, 143, 150, 271, 291, 414, 452, 454-457, 470.
American Steel Hoop Co., 289, 193-195, 199-200, 202, 287, 509, 522, 529.
American Steel and Wire Co., 41-42, 189, 193-194, 198-200, 202, 263-264, 287, 520-521, 528-529.
American Stogie Co., 414, 456-457.
American Sugar Refilling Co., 4, 22-24, 36-37, 39-40, 92-122, 262-263, 272, 298, 313-314, 332, 388, 442, 444, 493, 497, 504-505, 508-510, 515, 519, 527, 537, 539-540, 548.
American Thread Co., 270, 444, 492, 528.
American Tin Plate Co., 41-42, 189, 193, 195, 198-200, 202, 218, 263, 287, 500, 504, 521, 523.
American Tobacco Co., 4, 13, 36, 40, 43- 44, 123-163, 266-267, 270-271, 279, 289-292, 348, 366, 386, 393, 413-419, 444, 452-474, 494, 500-501, 503-504, 510, 517-519, 523-524, 526-529, 537, 540.
American Transfer Co., 53.
American Writing Paper Co., 42, 539.
Amsterdam Supply Co., 150.
Andrews, Samuel, 47.
Anthracite coal combination, 426-429.
Anthracite coal, 8-9, 11, 527, 529, 540. See also Anthracite coal combination.
Arbuckle Brothers, 96-98, 102, 109, 118- 119, 521.
Archbold, John D., 19, 26, 446-447.
Arkansas, 70, 447-448.
Armour and Co., 10, 403, 486.
Ashland Steel Co., 228.
Asphalt Company of America, 42-43, 272, 297, 539.
Asphalt. See Asphalt Company of America.
Atlantic Refining Co., 447, 449-450.
Atlantic Snuff Co., 130-131.
Atlas Powder Co., 474.
Attorney General, 113, 327, 329, 332, 341, 346-349, 369, 371, 385, 391, 442- 443, 451, 453, 460, 468-470, 479481, 487-489, 493, 495-496, 498, 550.
Aultmann-Miller Co., 237.

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