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" September representatives of the competing lines met in New York, and proceeded to put a stop to competition in the one way possible among monopolists, — by combination. The parties in interest were the Central, the Erie, and the Pennsylvania Railroads.... "
The Government and the Railroad Corporations - Halaman 9
oleh Charles Francis Adams - 1871 - 33 halaman
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The North American Review, Volume 112

1871
...These cars in some cases belong to the railroad companies, and, in other cases, to individuals ; n no case, however, do they operate for the companies...in so far as the business community was concerned. This arrangement was agreed to, but broke down for the moment because of quarrels among certain of...
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THE NORTH AMERICAN REVIEW VOL. CXII

The North American Review.VOL.CXII. - 1871
...in other cases, to individuals; n no case, however, do they operate for the companies indiyidually, but for a combination of which the particular company...benefit from competition, were to be paid into a common fond, competition was immediately to cease, fixed rates were to be charged, and thus, at last, all...
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Chapters of Erie, and other essays

Charles F. Adams - 1871
...hardly averaged a third of the usual amounts. Of course this could not last. Early in September, 1870, representatives of the competing lines met in New...in so far as the business community was concerned. This arrangement was agreed to, but broke down for the moment because of quarrels among certain of...
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Chapters of Erie, and Other Essays

Charles Francis Adams - 1871 - 429 halaman
...hardly averaged a third of the usual amounts. Of course this could not last. Early in September, 1870, representatives of the competing lines met in New...in so far as the business community was concerned. This arrangement was agreed to, but broke down for the moment because of quarrels among certain of...
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Reports to the General Assembly of Illinois, Volume 2

Illinois - 1872
...one or both of these States. At the meeting in question it was decided to 'pool' the earnings of the lines to all competing points. In other words, all...to receive a peculiar benefit from competition were be paid into a common fund. Competition was to immediately cease, fixed rates to be charged, and thus,...
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Reports Made to the ... General Assembly of the State of Illinois

Illinois - 1872
...one or both of these States. At the meeting in question it was decided to 'pool' the earnings of the lines to all competing points. In other words, all...to receive a peculiar benefit from competition were be paid iuto a common fund. Competition was to immediately cease, fixed rates to be charged, and thus,...
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History of the Grange Movement: Or, The Farmer's War Against Monopolies ...

James D. McCabe - 1874 - 539 halaman
...York, and proceeded to put a stop to competition in the one way possible among monopolists, — bv combination. The parties in interest were the Central,...in so far as the business community was concerned. This arrangement was agreed to, but broke down for the moment because of quarrels among certain of...
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The North American Review

1871
...These cars in some cases belong to the railroad companies, and, in other cases, to individuals ; n no case, however, do they operate for the companies...in so far as the business community was concerned. This arrangement was agreed to, but broke down for the moment because of quarrels among certain of...
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