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" That committees and commissions carefully chosen have for the last 30 years clung to one form of competition after another ; that it has nevertheless become more and more evident that competition must fail to do for railways what it does for ordinary... "
Annual Report of the Ohio State Board of Agriculture - Page 45
by Ohio State Board of Agriculture - 1873
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Hansard's Parliamentary Debates

Great Britain. Parliament - Great Britain - 1873
...competition after another ; that it has, nevertheless, become more and more evident that competition must fail to do for railways what it does for ordinary..." 2. That in spite of the recommendations of these authorities, combination and amalgamation have proceeded at the instance of the companies without check,...
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The Contemporary Review, Volume 22

Great Britain - 1873
...competition after another ; but it has nevertheless become more and more evident that competition must fail to do for railways what it does for ordinary...which competition can be permanently maintained." The melancholy tone of this Report must be very depressing to those who have put their faith in the...
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The Journal of the New York State Agricultural Society, Volumes 21-23

New York State Agricultural Society - Agriculture - 1873
...competition after another ; that it has, nevertheless, hecome more and more evident that competition must fail to do for railways what it does for ordinary trade, and that no means have yet heen devised hy which competition can he permanently maintained. " (2.) That, in spite of the recommendations...
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Report of the Select Committee On Transportation-Routes To the Seaboard

1874
...competition after, another, it has nevertheless, become more and more evident that competition must fail to do for railways what it does for ordinary...trade; and that no means have yet been devised by which corn-petition can be permanently maintained." And that u in spite of the recommendations of these authorities,...
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Reports of Committees: 30th Congress, 1st Session - 48th ..., Volume 3, Part 1

United States. Congress. Senate - United States - 1874
...nevertheless, become more and more evident that competition must fail to do for railways what it doesfor ordinary trade ; and that no means have yet been devised...which competition can be permanently maintained." Aud that " iu spite of the recommendations of these authorities, combination and amalgamation have...
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Report of the Select Committee on Transportation-routes to the Seaboard, Part 2

United States. Congress. Senate. Select Committee on Transportation-Routes to the Seaboard - Inland navigation - 1874
...nevertheless, become more and moro evident that competition must fail to do for railroads what itdpes for ordinary trade, and that no- means have yet been devised by which competition can bo permanently maintained." England and America, you see, teach us the same, lesson. Combination between...
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Reports of Committees: 30th Congress, 1st Session - 48th ..., Volume 3, Part 2

United States. Congress. Senate - United States - 1874
...more evident that competition must fail to do for railroads what it >1<хч for ordinary trade, aud that no means have yet been devised by which competition can be permanently maintained." England and America, you see, teach us the same lesson. Combination between rival lilies has destroyed...
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Chambers's information for the people, ed. by W. and R ..., Volume 1; Volume 41

Chambers W. and R., ltd - 1874
...now (1873) before parliament. One of the conclusions arrived at by this committee is worth noting : ' That no means have yet been devised by which competition can be maintained. Nor is there any reason to suppose that the progress of combination will cease until Great...
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The Practice Before the Railway Commissioners: Under the Regulation of ...

John Hutton Balfour Browne - Railroad law - 1876 - 319 pages
...competition after another," it has " nevertheless become more and more evident that competition must fail to do for railways what it does for ordinary...by which competition can be permanently maintained " (/). One other error of DiscourageGovernment the report points out. Government, with ",""*„„'„,,„,...
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The Fortnightly, Volume 25

1876
...more and more evident that competition must fail to do for railways what it does for ordinary trades, and that no means have yet been devised by which competition can be permanently maintained." The public mind was full of sanguinary railway accidents, and of the letter of advice or remonstrance...
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