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" Consciously or unconsciously we have built up a set of privileges and exemptions from competition behind which it was easy by; any, even the crudest, forms of combination to organize monopoly; until at last nothing is normal, nothing is obliged to stand... "
The American Year Book: A Record of Events and Progress... - Page 28
1914
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Recent History of the United States

Frederic Logan Paxson - United States - 1911 - 603 pages
...the conditions of our economic life which the country has witnessed within the last generation. . . . Consciously or unconsciously, we have built up a set...even the crudest, forms of combination to organize a monopoly; until at last nothing is normal, nothing is obliged to stand the tests of efficiency and...
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Review of Reviews and World's Work, Volume 47

Albert Shaw - Periodicals, English - 1913
...that they needed in order to maintain a practically exclusive market as against the rest of the world. Consciously or unconsciously, we have built up a set...thrives by concerted arrangement. Only new principles cf action will save us from a final hard crystallization of monopoly and a complete loss of the influences...
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Woodrow Wilson: The Man and His Work

Henry Jones Ford - Presidents - 1916 - 332 pages
...that they needed in order to maintain a practically exclusive market as against the rest of the world. Consciously or unconsciously we have built up a set...big business,, but everything thrives by concerted agreementOnly new principles of action will save us from a final hard crystallization of monopoly and...
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President Wilson's State Papers and Addresses

United States. President (1913-1921 : Wilson), Woodrow Wilson - United States - 1918 - 484 pages
...that they needed in order to maintain a practically exclusive market as against the rest of the world. Consciously or unconsciously, we have built up a set...until at last nothing is normal, nothing is obliged to ^r stand the tests of efficiency and economy, in our world of big business, but everything thrives...
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President Wilson's State Papers and Addresses

United States. President (1913-1921 : Wilson) - United States - 1918 - 484 pages
...that they needed in order to maintain a practically exclusive market as against the rest of the world. Consciously or unconsciously, we have built up a set...crudest, forms of combination to organize monopoly ;nintil at last nothing is normal, nothing is obliged to stand the tests of efficiency and economy,...
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President Wilson's State Papers and Addresses

United States. President (1913-1921 : Wilson) - United States - 1918 - 484 pages
...that they needed in order to maintain a practically exclusive market as against the rest of the world. Consciously or unconsciously, we have built up a set...even the crudest, forms of combination to organize monop1oly; until at last nothing is normal, nothing is obliged to stand the tests of efficiency and...
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Americanism: Woodrow Wilson's Speeches on the War--why He Made Them--and ...

United States. President (1913-1921 : Wilson) - World War, 1914-1918 - 1918 - 128 pages
...practice with him. An extract illustrates the President's attitude toward this subject of tariff.) . . . we have built up a set of privileges and exemptions...crudest, forms of combination to organize monopoly. . . We must abolish everything that bears even the semblance of privilege or of any kind of artificial...
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Woodrow Wilson's Administration and Achievements: Being a Compilation from ...

James William Bryan - United States - 1921 - 100 pages
...theoretical consideration/the need of ending an industrial situation fostered by high tariffs wherein "nothing is obliged to stand the tests of efficiency...big business, but everything thrives by concerted agreement. . The object of the tariff duties henceforth laid must be effective competition, the whetting...
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The American Review of Reviews, Volume 47

Albert Shaw - American literature - 1913
...that they needed in order to maintain a practically exclusive market as against the rest of the world. Consciously or unconsciously, we have built up a set...exemptions from competition behind which it was easy by anv, even the crudest, forms of combination to organize monopoly; until at last nothing is normal,...
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Extension of Reciprocal Trade Agreements Act: Hearings Before the ..., Volume 2

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Ways and Means - Commercial treaties - 1940
...that they needed in order to maintain a practically exclusive market as against the rest of the world. Consciously or unconsciously, we have built up a set...exemptions from competition behind which it was easy in any, even the crudest, forms of combination to organize monopoly; until at last nothing iB normal,...
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