Concentration and Control: A Solution of the Trust Problem in the United States

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PREFACEv
INTRODUCTION
The Self-sufficient Community2
The Civil War and Concentration4
The Development of Transportation and Communication4
CHAPTER I THE GENERAL FACTS REGARDING CONCENTRATION
SECTION 1 -- THE ECONOMIC ADVANTAGES OF CONCENTRATION8
(1) The Handling of Material8
(2) The Use of Machinery and Departments9
(3) Subdivision of Labor9
(4) Integration9
(5) Parallel Consolidation and Specialization10
(6) Saving By-products11
(7) Consolidation of Allied Industries12
(8) Keeping Establishments up to Date12
(9) Investigating Departments13
(10) Business Advantages of Concentration14
(11) Opportunities for High Order of Ability16
(12) Other Advantages of Concentration17
Total Advantages of Concentration17
SECTION 2 -- THE CAUSES OF CONCENTRATION21
(1) The Limited Liability Corporation21
(2) The Protective Tariff21
(3) Railway Rebates and Drawbacks22
(4) Local Underselling23
(5) Patents24
(6) Manufacturers' Rebates24
General Statements24
SECTION 3 -- THE PURPOSES OF CONCENTRATION25
(1) Elimination of Competition26
(2) Regulation of Output and Division of Business and Territory26
(3) Maintenance of Prices27
(4) Profits of Promoters27

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