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" ... province, whether it be to fight a rival line, to develop an inchoate traffic, to manipulate the legislature, or to operate the road, — with this perfect machinery and subordination there is no reason why the corporation should not assume absolute... "
The Government and the Railroad Corporations - Halaman 15
oleh Charles Francis Adams - 1871 - 33 halaman
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Chapters of Erie, and other essays

Charles F. Adams - 1871
...reason why the corporation should not assume absolute control of all the railroads of Pennsylvania. Such is this great corporation, high in credit in...controlled the line from Harrisburg to Pittsburg, 210 miles, which had cost a little less than $17,000,000, and was represented by about $12,000,000...
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Chapters of Erie, and Other Essays

Charles Francis Adams - 1871 - 429 halaman
...reason why the corporation should not assume absolute control of all the railroads of Pennsylvania. Such is this great corporation, high in credit in...controlled the line from Harrisburg to Pittsburg, 210 miles, which had cost . a little less than $17,000,000, and was represented by about $ 12,000,000...
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The North American Review, Volume 112

1871
...corporation. Such solidity in one party to a conflict is almost sure ultimately to overcome the elan of rivals like those it has to encounter from New...Such is this great corporation, high in credit in the money markets of the world, careful withal of its outward repute, apparently unbounded in its resources....
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THE NORTH AMERICAN REVIEW VOL. CXII

The North American Review.VOL.CXII. - 1871
...corporation. Such solidity in one party to a conflict is almost sure ultimately to overcome the 6lan of rivals like those it has to encounter from New...Such is this great corporation, high in credit in the money markets of the world, careful withal of its outward repute, apparently unbounded in its resources....
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History of the Grange Movement: Or, The Farmer's War Against Monopolies ...

James D. McCabe - 1874 - 539 halaman
...reason why the corporation should not assume absolute control of all the railroads of Pennsylvania. " Such is this great corporation, high in credit in...repute, apparently unbounded in its resources. Organized eo long ago as 1831, it had thirty miles of road ready for operation in the succeeding year. Not until...
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The North American Review

1871
...corporation. Such solidity in one party to a conflict is almost sure ultimately to overcome the 6lan of rivals like those it has to encounter from New...Such is this great corporation, high in credit in the money markets of the world, careful withal of its outward repute, apparently unbounded in its resources....
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