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per hundredweight in various markets July 1939
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APPENDIX TO CHAPTER I
95
Regulation of fluid milk marketing in Oregon
99
APPENDIX TO CHAPTER II
120
Provisions for prohibiting distributors from engaging in unfair practices
136
Excess in retail price of a quart of fluid milk over a 1434 ounce can
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State control of milk prices in IndianaContinued Page
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Average premiums paid producers in fluid milk markets under Indiana
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APPENDIX TO CHAPTER IV
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Markets under State control date of first orders average daily receipts
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Average July price of class I milk in 14 fluid milk markets under State
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Milk prices to dealers by classes Milwaukee Wis 192239 faces
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Number and percentage of families using regular milk and canned milk
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APPENDIX
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APPENDIX TO CHAPTER V
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Governmental control of milk prices in New York StateContinued Page
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Fluid milk prices in New York City 192239
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Fluid milk prices in Buffalo N Y 192039
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Dairy companies in default producer claims and amounts recovered
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APPENDIX TO CHAPTER VI
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Milk production and number of milk cows New York State
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Summary and Acknowledgments
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CHAPTER I
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Monthly production of coal in 1937 by districts as defined in
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CHAPTER III
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Distribution of bituminous coal from the Appalachian fields 1937
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Strip mine production by price areas in 1936 and 1937
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APPENDIX
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APPENDIX
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The background of public control
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The level of prices and incomesobjectives and standards
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CHAPTER III
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CHAPTER V
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CHAPTER VI
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CHAPTER VII
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CHAPTER IX
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CHAPTER X
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Letter of transmittal
CHAPTER III
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CHAPTER IV
25
Patent control in the food industries
121
CHAPTER XIV
145
CHAPTER XV
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Bibliography
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The German Temporary Economic CommitteeContinued
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CHAPTER II
63
The structure of German economy under national socialism
67
Control of the capital market
73
Appraisal of the German control system
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PART III
85
Government monopolies
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Government policy toward business
104
Exchange control in Argentina
113
Regulation of basic agricultural industries 123
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Nationalization 129
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PART VI
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Proposed monopolies 146
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Antimonopoly legislation 152
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Recent measures to control economic activities 158
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Conclusions regarding Latin America 167
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AN ANALYSIS OF THE BASING POINT SYSTEM OF DELIVERED
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Visible effects of identical delivered prices
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Approach to the problem
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Characteristics of demand
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Characteristics of cost in the industry
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TION IN EXHIBITS NOS 1410 AND 1418
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The basing point system was not a natural evolution inhering in the peculiar
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The socalled absorption of freight charges is inherent in the basing point
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The steel industrys use of the basing point system conforms to the eco
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The corporation defends certain uneconomic results of the basing point
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The corporation has misstated the attitude of the Federal Trade Commis
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LETTER TO SENATOR OMAHONEY FROM BENJAMIN F FAIRLESS
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Letter of transmittal
Developinent of the pattern
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Block booking blind selling and the forcing of shorts
33
Clearance and zoning
40
Other practices affecting relationships between exhibitors
47
The Motion Picture Producers and Distributors of America Inc
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