Joseph B. Eastman: Servant of the People

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Index
AAR, see Association of American Railroads
Abbott, Lyman, 52
Academy of Political Science, 286
Accounting, economical, 220
Act to Regulate Commerce, 153
Adams, Charles Francis, 67, 74, 80, 84
Adams, Henry, 318
Addams, Jane, 40
Adler, Edward A., 48
Administrative law, "Magna Charta" of principles governing, 303
Administrative tribunal, 302 "Advantages of National Operation, The" ( Eastman), 100
Advertising Federation of America, Eastman's address before, 285
Air transport, regulation of, 229
Aitchison, Clyde B., 89, 90, 118, 150, 161, 256, 299, 306; General Solicitor of the National Association of Railway and Utilities Commissioners, 78; Interstate Commerce Commissioner, 78; nominated Eastman for Distinguished Service Medal, 300; organized and conducted Interstate Male Chorus, 323
Allegheny Corporation, 168
Allingham, Margery, 324
All Souls' Memorial Episcopal Church, 308
Amalgamated Association of Street and Electric Railway Employees of America, 65
Amalgamated Association of Street Railway and Motor Coach Employees of America, 287
American Academy of Political Science, Eastman's address to, 248, 273
American Association of Port Authorities, 227
American Association of Railraods, 228
American Bar Association, 80, 169
American Boys' Handybook, 15
American Defense Society, 148
American Economic Association, 288
American Express Company, 111
American Hebrew, 43
American Institute of Cooperatives, 241, American Political Science Association, 289
American Red Cross, 321
Americans in Progress (Woods), 40
American Telephone and Telegraph Company, 216
American Transportation Problem, The (Moulton and associates), 186, 229
American Trucking Associations, 231, 232, 277, 285
Amherst, village, 24
Amherst Centennial Fund, 123
Amherst College, 19-36; intercollegiate debates with Bowdoin, 28, 29; Eastman made a Doctor of Laws and a trustee, 34; his portrait presented to, 309; Joseph B. Eastman Foundation, 309; Latham appointed professor of government, 310; Eastman's address at Commencement, 1934, 341
Amherst College Republican Club, 25
Amherst College Senior Club, 32
Anderson, George W., 48, 52, 69, 120, 124; a mainstay of Public Franchise League, 54; made U.S. District Attorney for Massachusetts, 71; suggested Eastman as his successor on Public Service Commission, 71; New England Rate Case, 78; appointment on U.S. Court of Appeals, 81
Anderson, Paul Y., 203
Anderson, Thomas L., 103, 124, 321
Andover House Association, 38
Andover Theological Seminary, 38
Annals of the American Academy of Political Science, 100
Ann Arbor Railroad v. United States, 150
Anti-trust laws, carriers subject to? 310
Arbitration, Board of, 64
Arnot, Harold C., 276
Associated Industries of Massachusetts, 176; Eastman's address before, 120, 132

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Foreword v
  • Contents ix
  • Illustrations xi
  • Introduction xiii
  • I - Yankee Background 3
  • II - Growing Up 8
  • III - An Amherst Education 19
  • IV - Apprenticeship in Public Service 37
  • V - Transition to Power 61
  • VI - From State to Nation 80
  • VII - The Independent Commissioner 96
  • VIII - The Prosperity Era 126
  • IX - Valuation Is Vexation 153
  • X - Problems and Policies 166
  • XI - Federal Coordinator of Transportation 180
  • XII - The Coordinator's Task and Achievements 211
  • XIII - Eastman and the New Deal 245
  • XIV - The Last Big Job 270
  • XV - The End of the Road 297
  • XVI - The Measure of a Man 312
  • Index 345
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