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Interstate Commerce Commission

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  • The railroads and the Interstate Commerce Commission were the protagonists respectively of the conservative and the radical thought of the country, which is so rich in natural wealth and is inhabited by so resourceful a people that though by statutes they be well managed or not, their National wealth increases.

    A Brief History of Panics and Their Periodical Occurrence in the United States

  • The later interpretation of the law deprived the commission of some of the powers that, it was thought, had been given to it, but during the next nineteen years the Interstate Commerce Commission was a central figure in the solution of the railroad problem.

    The New Nation

  • Two large bears "Interstate Commerce Commission" and "Federal Courts" attacking Wall Street.

    WN.com - Business News

  • "Interstate Commerce Commission," says I. "We beat 'em to it, you know, by dissolvin '-- on paper.

    Torchy, Private Sec.

  • Another major factor in the decline of the railroads had been the stultifying hand of the Interstate Commerce Commission.

    Tracks Across America

  • Robert J. Corber, 84, a senior partner at the Washington law firm of Steptoe and Johnson who was head of the Interstate Commerce Commission from 1974 to 1976, died Jan. 25 at a hospice in Williamsburg.

    Robert J. Corber, lawyer

  • Within six months, the Interstate Commerce Commission issued an order saying all interstate buses must post a certificate reading, "Seating aboard this vehicle is without regard to race, color, creed or national origin."

    Freedom Riders mark 50 years

  • Another major factor in the decline of the railroads had been the stultifying hand of the Interstate Commerce Commission.

    Tracks Across America

  • He returned to Washington and worked as a lawyer with the Justice Department and with the old Interstate Commerce Commission before opening his practice.

    Michael Cassidy; Mark Carroll; Caroline Chastain; Alma Jordan; Stephen Keeffe; Raymond Long

  • The Interstate Commerce Commission (ICC) was created in 1887 to ensure fairness and set rates, much as net ne utrality proponents today want the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to regulate traffic on the Web.

    The Railroad Precedent and the Web

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