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constructive method for the regulation of railroads by the governments, state and national

George Stuart Patterson

constructive method for the regulation of railroads by the governments, state and national

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by George Stuart Patterson

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    Subjects:
  • Railroads and state -- United States.,
  • Railroads -- United States -- Rates

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    Statementby George Stuart Patterson ... before the Pennsylvania bankers" association (group no. 1) February 5th, 1915.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationcover-title, 10 p.
    Number of Pages10
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16012547M

      Heeding recent calls to explore the contributions of creative political actors other than federal judges to the process of American legal development, this article examines the role of state attorneys general (SAGs) during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Consistent with recent revisionist accounts concerning the extent of government power during this era of supposed Author: Paul Nolette. In the case of rail regulation, the railroads realized even as the pressures for regulation grew, that a potential problem could be turned to an opportunity. A regula- 68 INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC MANAGEMENT JOURNAL Vol. 1/No. 1/ tory agency could control entry, ensure adherence to published tariffs, andpotentially-control intermodal by: Annotated United States Constitution including Article I (Legislative), Article II (Executive), Article III (Judicial), First Amendment (Freedom of Religion and Expression), Second Amendment (Right to Bear Arms), Fourth Amendment (Search and Seizure), Fifth Amendment (Self-Incrimination), Sixth Amendment (Trial by Jury), Fourteenth Amendment (Due Process and Equal Protection).   LED Enabling Policies Decentralizing responsibility, authority, and capacity In recent decades, many national governments have transferred responsibility for several functions of .


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