FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION. AN EXPERIMENT IN THE CONTROL OF BUSINESS
Item #: 64269
Pages: viii, 323 pp.
Published: OE; J.S. Littell; Reprinted in 2008.
Subjects: ADMINISTRATIVE LAW, BUSINESS/ECONOMICS, TRADE REGULATION
"This volume portrays in an interesting manner why another'noble experiment' proved so disappointing. Dr. Blaisdellhas appraised the Commission as a going concern during itscareer of some 18 years. He has ably constructed a balancesheet of accomplishments and deficiences and has assignedthe reasons for its varying fortunes. The main theme pursuedis the difference between the original purpose and actualachievement. (...) For those who are interested in thebackground and record of an experiment in the administrativecontrol of the trust problem, this volume will prove ofgreat value.": Benjamin S. Kirsh, Columbia Law Review 33(1933) 193-194.Reprinted by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.Distributed by William S. Hein & Co., Inc.
Please contact us to request purchasing information.