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Setting Bounds to Passions: Federalist Communication Policy and the Making of the Sedition Act of 1798
The traditional view of the Sedition Act of 1798 has understood it as one of the more notorious pieces of legislation in American history. Often paired rhetorically with the Alien Acts, the Sedition Act is seen in the ...
In the Shadow of Antitrust: Competition Policy and the Coal Trade of Toronto and Chicago, 1888-1940
This dissertation studies antitrust and “competition policy” as they operated in the Chicago and Toronto coal trades from the 1880s through the end of the 1930s. Competition policy refers to the state-imposed rules—statutes, ...