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Subject: "Resolved, That the development of trusts has been economically beneficial."
Affirmative.R. Stout and G. C. Ward.
General references: S. C. T. Dodd, "Combinations, their Uses and Abuses"; Von Halle, "Trusts in the U. S"; Pol. Sci. Quarterly, IX, 486; Forum, V, 584; Congressional Record, 1889-90, p. 1765.
Negative.C. E. Morgan 3rd and F. W. Palfrey.
General references: "Monopolies and the People," Baker. Taussig, "Tariff History," concluding chapter. "Trusts, Pools and Corners," J. S. Jeans; "Trusts," Von Halle.
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