Moley, Raymond
March 1940
Saturday Evening Post;3/30/1940, Vol. 212 Issue 40, p9
Looks at how the U.S. government deals with the issue of monopoly through investigations by the Temporary National Economic Committee as of March 1940. Origin of the monopoly investigation and the extraordinary way it is being conducted; Implication for the business and economic sector; Obstacles to the conduct of an impartial inquiry.


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