Industrial centralization its methods, effects and remedies by Geary M. Staten

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  • Industrial concentration.,
  • Industrial organization.

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Statementby Geary M. Staten.
LC ClassificationsHD8072 .S82
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Pagination166 p. ;
Number of Pages166
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