The changing conceptions of property and the functions of government The response of legislatures and courts to the newer demands The police power Corporations Commissions and boards Labor laws and labor contract Tendencies toward federal control of commerce and industry Excerpts from testimony given at the hearings before the Committee on interstate commerce of United States Senate, investigating the desirability of changing the laws regulating and controling corporations, persons and firms engaged in interstate commerce, 1912 Recent federal legislation pertaining to federal control of industry.
Mostly reprints from various periodicals. Includes index. Reproduction of original from Harvard Law School Library.
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Includes bibliographical references.