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Louis D. Brandeis and the Making of Regulated Competition, 1900-1932

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This book provides an innovative interpretation of industrialization and statebuilding in the United States. Whereas most scholars cast the politics of industrialization in the progressive era as a narrow choice between breaking up and regulating the large corporation, Berk reveals a third way: regulated competition. In this framework, the government steered economic ...more
Hardcover, 282 pages
Published July 1st 2009 by Cambridge University Press (first published 2009)
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Johnny Nguyen
Nov 30, 2015 Johnny Nguyen rated it it was amazing
Recounts Louis Brandeis's legacy of regulated competition in the midst of economic turmoil, monopolies, and corporate cartelization in the early 1900's. With the philosophy of small r republican experimentalism in mind - the American aspiration for prosperity, individual development, and self-governance - Brandeis and advocates conceptualized creative syncretist practices to make markets more competitive and efficient with more perfect information. Though his legacy did not completely survive ...more
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