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

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INDEX
Administrative commissions, 249, 268.
Advertising, expense, 89; saved in large scale production, 14.
Agreements, 64, 81, 83, 133, 201.
Agricultural implements, statistics, 46, 47.
Alabama, laws against combination, 192, 193.
Aldrich Monetary Commission, 275.
American Cigar Company, 184.
American Mining Congress, 92.
American Snuff Company, 184.
American Steel Hoop and Wire Company, 14, 15.
American Stogie Company, 184.
American Sugar Refining Company, 13; attacked under Sherman law, 191; decisions under Sherman law, 177; excessive profits, 149; organization, 147.
American Tobacco Company, 140- 147; amount of business controlled by, 49; dissolution, 70; excessive profits, 145; organization, 140; overcapitalization, 28, 29, 142; unfair practices, 24.
Amsterdam Supply Company, 184.
Anthracite coal, 33; output and price fixed, 63; price, 62; waste, 90; see Coal.
Antitrust laws, necessary amendments, 249, 251.
Arbuckle Brothers Company, 148.
Arkansas, laws against combination, 192, 193.
Armour Company, 152.
Associations, informal and formal, 60; regulations, 63.
Austria, concentration in, 219.
Banking reform, 275.
Beet sugar, statistics, 48.
Belgium, cartels, 221.
"Big Six," 150-154; indictment against, 154.
Bogle, Walter S., referred to, 91.
Boots and shoes, statistics, 52.
Boycotts, illegal under Sherman Law, 179.
Brandeis, Louis D., referred to, 11, 13, 19, 98, 185, 232, 267, 275.
Brooks, T. J., referred to, 67.
Bryan, W. J., referred to, 230, 251.
Butter, cheese, and condensed milk, statistics, 47, 48.
By-products, saving of, 11.
California, laws against combination, 193; railroad commission, 234; water powers, 162, 165.
Callbreath, J., referred to, 92.
Cambria Steel Company, 126.
Capital and product, ratio between, 59.
Capitalization, control of, 265.
Carnegie Company, 18.
Cartels, 207, 212, 220, 221, 223.
Cities, growth due to concentration, 19.
Civil War, effect on industrial development, 1; concentration, 4.
Clay products, statistics, 41.
Coal, saving by use of water power, 164; see Anthracite coal.
Coats, J. & P., Thread Company, 204, 205.
Coke, statistics, 38; waste in making, 94.
Coller, E. H., referred to, 67.
Colorado, water powers, 162, 165.
Combined textiles, statistics, 56, 57.
Commerce court, 240.
Commercial travelers, number reduced by large scale production, 14.
Commission administration, pure food laws, 245.
Commission control, California, 234; Iowa, 235; Massachusetts, 234; New York, 235; Wisconsin, 236; United States, 238; industrial corporations, 248, 252; prices, 261; public utilities, 233.
Commonwealth Power, Railway, and Light Company, 163.
Communication, development, 4; effect on freight, 6.

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