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" No great stretch of the imagination is required to foresee that if nothing is done to check the growth in concentration, either the giant corporations will ultimately take over the country, or the Government will be impelled to step in and impose some... "
Nomination of John J. Carson to be a Member of the Federal Trade Commission ... - Page 232
by United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce - 1949 - 268 pages
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Annual Report of the Federal Trade Commission

United States. Federal Trade Commission - 1947
...this loophole in the law lies in the question of the public interest. It closes with these words : No great stretch of the imagination is required to foresee that if nothing is done to cheek the growth in concentration, either the giant corporations will ultimately take over the country,...
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Committee Prints

United States. Congress. Joint Economic Committee - 1948
...corporations in the United States. Later in its summary report on The Merger Movement, the FTC stated: No great stretch of the imagination is required to...foresee that if nothing is done to check the growth of concentration, either the giant corporations will ultimately take over the country, or the Government...
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Nomination of John J. Carson to be a Member of the Federal Trade Commission ...

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce - 1949 - 268 pages
...quote one of the two sentences from the concluding paragraph of that report. The Commission stated : "No great stretch of the imagination is required to...will be impelled to step in and impose some form of regulation in the public interest. In either event, collectivism will have triumphed over free enterprise,...
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Study of Monopoly Power: Hearings ...

United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary - 1949
...upon its studies, a finding and a warning that every American should read. The Commission states : "No great -stretch of the imagination Is required...foresee that if nothing is done to check the growth of concentration, either the giant corporations will ultimately take over the country, or the Government...
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Profits: Report of a Subcommittee ... on Profits Hearings ....

United States. Congress. Joint Committee on the Economic Report - 1949 - 227 pages
...corporations in the United States. Later in its summary report on The Merger Movement, the FTC stated: No great stretch of the imagination is required to...foresee that if nothing is done to check the growth of concentration, either the giant corporations will ultimately take over the country, or the Government...
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Monopolistic and Unfair Trade Practices: Hearings ..., Volume 1; Volume 67

United States. Congress. House. Select Committee on Small Business. Subcommittee No. 1 - 1949 - 1368 pages
...upon its studies, findings, and a warning that every American should read. The Commission states : No great stretch of the imagination is required to...foresee that if nothing is done to check the growth of concentration, either the giant corporations will ultimately take over the country, or the Government...
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Corporate Profits: Hearings Before ..., 80-2, December 6-21, 1948

United States. Congress. Economic Joint Committee - 1949 - 683 pages
...corporations in the United States. Later in its summary report on The Merger Movement the FTC stated: No great stretch of the imagination is required to...foresee that if nothing is done to check the growth of concentration, either the giant corporations will ultimately take over the country, or the government...
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Corporate Profits: Hearings Before the Joint Committee on the Economic ...

United States. Congress. Joint Economic Committee, United States. Congress. Joint Committee on the Economic Report. Subcommittee on Profits - 1949 - 683 pages
...corporations in the United States. Later in its summary report on The Merger Movement the FTC stated: No groat stretch of the imagination is required to foresee that if nothing is done to check the growth of concentration, either the giant corporations will ultimately take over the country, or the government...
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Labor-management Relations, Part 7

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Education and Labor - 1953 - 4175 pages
...Federal Trade Commission after its study of the growing concentration of American industry was No great stretch of the imagination is required to...have triumphed over free enterprise, and the theory c competition will have been relegated to the limbo of well-intentioned but ineffective ideals. This...
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Administered Prices, Steel: Study of Administered Prices in the Steel ...

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary, United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee on Antitrust and Monopoly - 1958 - 204 pages
...Federal Trade Commission on mergers. * * * The report (the FTC report on mergers), also holds that "No great stretch of the imagination is required to...ultimately take over the country, or the Government will be compelled to step in." 1! Professor Mason shows that Dr. Blair admitted that his own statistics did...
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