Agreements Between Railroad Corporations To Divide The Business In A Given Area

Agreements Between Railroad Corporations To Divide The Business In A Given Area

To help businesses, the courts have ingeniously interpreted the Fourteenth Amendment designed to protect the rights of ex-slaves, to help freed people to work in factories.b, integrate large corporations.c. allow industry captains to avoid corporate regulations by the states. If Europeans invest in property or in private companies in the United States, they are in good standing a.appointed European executives to key positions in the company.b.let Americans run the business, unless there has been an economic crisis.c.made U.S. banks to provide regular reports on the profitability of their businesses.d.steer the bulk of the profits from European investment.e.e.insisted that companies represent a portion of the nation`s immigrants who own the business. People who have found mistakes in industry captains have generally argued that this led.d. had no real business capacity.b.built their corporate wealth and power by exploiting the travailleurs.c.es tried to bring the United States back to an earlier era of the aristocracy.d.was insensitive to the environment. The two industries that have most developed the transcontinental railways warena.textiles und shoemaking.b.mining und agriculture.c.banking und real estate.d.shipping und fishing.e.electricity and telecommunications. John D. Rockefellers organizational technical horizontal integration incluea.franchising Standard Oil Gas stations to independent operators.b.Controlling all phases of the oil industry, from drilling to commercial retail.c.creation of standard operating orders and fixed production and sales quotas for all employees.d.d requires small competitors to assign shares to standard oil or to lose their activities.for example.B. the development of several uses of oil in transportation lighting and industry. The first federal supervisory authority to protect the public interest from corporate mergers was thea. Federal Trade Commission.b.Interstate Commerce Commission.c.Consumer Affairs Commission.d.Federal Anti-Trust Commission.e.Federal Communications Commission.

Personalize each railway company down with the right contractor. A.James J. Hill 1. Central Pacific. Cornelius Vanderbilt 2. New York CentralC. Leland Stanford 3rd Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe The national government helped finance transcontinental rail construction in the late 19th century by providing subsidies and loans to railway companies with cash subsidies for new taxes.b.land.c.cash subsidies from higher tariffs.d.dd lower iron and steel prices.e.aid for the construction of stations. The Knights of Labour believed that the conflict between capital and labour would disappear if the government had the means of production.b.arbeiter controlled the government.c.arbeiter accepted the concept of craftsmen`s unions, would understand the principles of social justice.

Efforts to regulate the monopolization practices of railway companies first took the form of Actionbya. Congress.b.the Supreme Court.c.private klagen in unfaire Competition.d.President Cleveland.e.state legislatures. .c.Free railways for journalists and politicians. Watering rail shares and bonds to sell them at excessive prices. The image of the «Gibson Girl» represented a (n)a.revival of the early American feminine ideal of Republican motherhood.b.Representation of the modern businesswoman.c.exploitative image of the woman as a sexual object. The «Gospel of Wealth,» supported by Andrew Carnegie.c.b a.