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The Heart of the Railroad Problem; the History of Railway Discrimination in the United States, the Chief Efforts At Control And the Remedies Proposed, With Hints From Other Countries

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Coming now to consider how railway favoritism may be abolished, we find a wide divergence among railroad men, law-makers, and other authorities. Some say that discrim- inations cannot be stopped,^ others declare that they have been stopped, ^ others that present laws are ample and all that is needed is their enforcement,'* while others state that present remedies are insufficient,* and suggest further 1 See above, p. 237.
2 See atove, p. 113.
* " There is ample law to-day " to stop rebates and
...unjust discriminations, says President Tuttle of the Boston and Maine (Sen, Com. 1905, p. 951), and he backs up his statement with vigorous reasons for believing that the Govern- ment has never earnestly enforced existing laws. President Kamsey of the Wabash also says that the present law is ample to cover every unjust charge, and no further legislation is needed to stop discrimination (Same, p. 1959).
George R. Peck, general counsel for the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul, testified that "existing law is entirely adequate " (Same, p.


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