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Edited by Frank L. McVey, Ph.D., LL.D.,
THE COST OF LIVING. WALTER E. CLARK, Professor and Head of the Department of Political Science in the College of the City of New York
TRUSTS AND COMPETITION. JOHN F. CROWELL, Associate Editor of the Wall Street Journal
MONEY. WILLIAM A. SCOTT, Director of the Course in Commerce, and Professor of Political Economy, University of Wisconsin
TAXATION. C. B. FILLEBROWN, President Massachusetts Single Tax League, Author of A B C of Taxation THE FAMILY AND SOCIETY. JOHN M. GILETTE, Professor of Sociology, University of North Dakota BANKING. WILLIAM A. SCOTT
THE CAUSE AND CURE OF CRIME. CHARLES R. HENDERSON, late Professor of Sociology in the University of Chicago
PROPERTY AND SOCIETY. A. A. BRUCE
THE CITY. HENRY C. WRIGHT
STATISTICS. W. B. BAILEY
BASIS OF COMMERCE. E. V. ROBINSON
GOVERNMENT FINANCE IN THE UNITED STATES. CARL C. PLEHN
WOMEN WORKERS AND SOCIETY. ANNIE M. MCLEAN
THE NEWSPAPER AS A SOCIAL FACTOR. ALLAN D. ALBERT
THE STRUGGLE FOR LAND IN AMERICA. CHARLES W. HOLMAN
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A. C. MCCLURG & CO., PUBLISHERS, CHICAGO
John Franklin Crowell, Ph.D., L. H.D.
AFTER nearly a half-century of Trust ex
perience it is becoming apparent what the national trust problem is, and how it shall be handled. It needed the struggle over the status of the Standard Oil Company, the uncertainties of railroad combinations, and the crowning purpose of the Northern Securities Company to make known the length and the breadth of the problem. For full half of the time devoted to this great economic question, the author of this volume has been in the midst of the situation. Equipped with thorogoing training and possessed of wide knowledge of the facts, Dr. Crowell has given to The National Social Science Series a really important contribution to the Trust question. Big business is on trial, so is competition as an economic factor. What we shall do with them? This is the question the book well answers.
F. L. M.