Antitrust and Business Regulation in the Postwar Era, 1946-1964

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Series Introduction
Volume Introduction
The Emperor's Old Clothes: III. The Folklore of Capitalism Revisited 2
Delivering the Goods by Air: The United States Air-Cargo Industry, 1945-1955 20
Guns and Butter: The Pre-Korean War Dispute over Budget Allocations 27
The Myth of Corporate Capture: Regulatory Commissions in the United States 42
The American Revival of Antitrust: Theories of Efficiency Versus Republican Values, 1948-1968 54
What Happened to the Antitrust Movement? Notes on the Evolution of an American Creed 71
Oil and Antitrust: The Oil Cartel Case and the Cold War 111
The Antitrust Record of the Eisenhower Administration 133
The FDA's Regulation and Control of Antibiotics in the 1950s: The Henry Welch Scandal, Felix Marti Ibanez, and Charles Pfizer & Co. 155
Conflict of Interest: Promoting and Regulating the Infant Nuclear Power Industry, 1954-1956 167
A Critique of Governmental Intervention in Transport 181
Improving the Efficiency of the Transportation and Utilities Systems: Effects of Public Regulation on Railroad Performance 215
Does Horizontal Price Fixing Raise Price? A Look at the Bakers of Washington Case 227
Growth or a Clean Environment? Responses to Petroleum-Related Pollution in the Gulf Coast Refining Region 243
The Texas Railroad Commission and the Elimination of the Flaring of Natural Gas, 1930-1949 273
Administrative Trustification 289
Cycles of Illegality: Antitrust Violations in Corporate America 307
The Impact of the Supreme Court on Trends in Economic Policy Making in the United States Courts of Appeals 328
Economic Change and the Sherman Act: Some Reflections on "Workable Competition" 341
The Roots of Decline: Business-Government Relations in the American Steel Industry, 1945-1960 387
Business Perspectives on the Full Employment Bill of 1945 and Passage of the Employment Act of 1946 401
Acknowledgments 413
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