Whose Insurance Companies?

Carter, Stephen
December 1940
New Republic;12/30/40, Vol. 103 Issue 27, p894
Focuses on questions raised by the Temporary National Economic Committee's (TNEC) investigation regarding industrial and general insurance company practices in the United States. Attitude of Senator William H. King towards executives of insurance companies during TNEC's investigation; Amount collected by the insurance companies; Influence of insurance companies on other industries; Problems with farm mortgages and urban home mortgages felt by TNEC; Suggestions regarding modernization of mortality table and accounting system.


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