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" More important and more effective than any government regulation of prices would be the establishment of co-operative stores. The enormous toll taken from industry by the various classes of middlemen is now fully realized. The astonishing difference between... "
Nomination of John J. Carson to be a Member of the Federal Trade Commission ... - Page 185
by United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce - 1949 - 268 pages
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The North American Journal of Homeopathy, Volume 48

1900
...cannot help but feel that he has been paid too little for 'his products. That there is too great a difference between the price received by the producer and that paid by the consumer. There are too many middle men standing with itching, outstretched palms between the two. The producer,...
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The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, Volume 59

1915
...about again. If we had the most perfect system of marketing for all perishable products, so that the difference between the price received by the producer and that paid by the consumer became very small, in a few years production would expand until the price received by the farmer would...
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The American Industrial Opportunity

American Academy of Political and Social Science - 1915
...about again. If we had the most perfect system of marketing for all perishable products, so that the difference between the price received by the producer and that paid by the consumer became very small, in a few years production would expand until the price received by the farmer would...
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Marketing and Farm Credits: Proceedings

1916
...true that the greater the accuracy of the standards by which products are sold, the smaller the margin between the price received by the producer and that paid by the consumer. This is equally true whether the product passes to the consumer in a non-manufactured state or in the...
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Marketing and Farm Credits: A Collection of Papers Read at the Third Annual ...

1916 - 531 pages
...true that the greater the accuracy of the standards by which products are sold, the smaller the margin between the price received by the producer and that paid by the consumer. This is equally true whether the product passes to the consumer in a non-manufactured state or in the...
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Co-operation: The Hope of the Consumer

Emerson Pitt Harris - 1918 - 328 pages
...of distribution as to get the largest possible profit. His very success depends upon increasing the difference between the price received by the producer and that paid by the consumer. To do this he must depress the one and elevate the other as much as possible. The dealer not only has...
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Selected Articles on Modern Industrial Movements

Daniel Bloomfield - 1919 - 377 pages
...restrained by the ordinary antitrust laws deserves more serious consideration than it has yet received. More important and more effective than any Government...and that paid by the consumer has become a scandal to our industrial system. The obvious and direct means of reducing this discrepancy and abolishing...
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The Church and Labor

John Augustine Ryan, Joseph Husslein - 1920 - 305 pages
...restrained by the ordinary anti-trust laws deserves more serious consideration than it has yet received. More important and more effective than any government...mercantile concerns under the ownership and management of tho consumers. This is no Utopian scheme. It has been successfully carried out in England and Scotland...
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The Church and Labor

John Augustine Ryan - 1920 - 305 pages
...restrained by the ordinary anti-trust laws deserves more serious consideration than it has yet received. More important and more effective than any government...this discrepancy and abolishing unnecessary middlemen ia the operation of retail and wholesale mercantile concerns under the ownership and management of...
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The Church and Labor

John Augustine Ryan - 1920 - 305 pages
...establishment of co-operative stores. The enormous toll taken from industry by the various classee of middlemen is now fully realized. The astonishing...mercantile concerns under the ownership and management of the consumers. This is no Utopian scheme. It has been successfully carried out in England and Scotland...
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