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Thompson, Carl Dean, 1870-1949 ISNI Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Israel

Carl D. Thompson American politician Wikidata

Thompson, Carl Dean 1870- German National Library

VIAF ID: 9262401 (Personal)


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Confessions of the power trust; a summary of the testimony given in the hearings of the Federal Trade Commission on utility corporations pursuant to Resolution no. 83 of the United States Senate approved February 15, 1928. Library of Congress/NACO
Information Department and Research Bureau of the Socialist Party, 111 N. Market street, Chicago, Ill. ... November 15, 1912-May 1, 1913 Library of Congress/NACO
Municipal electric light and power plants in the United States and Canada Library of Congress/NACO
Municipal ownership; a brief survey of the extent, rapid growth and the success of municipal ownership throughout the world, presenting the arguments against private ownership, the failure of regulation and the advantages of municipal ownership Library of Congress/NACO
The peril of the power trust Library of Congress/NACO
The principles and program of socialism Library of Congress/NACO
Public ownership, a survey of public enterprises, municipal, state, and federal, in the United States and elsewhere. Library of Congress/NACO
Public ownership of railways Library of Congress/NACO
Public superpower; an address at the annual convention, Pennsylvania State Federation of Labor, at Harrisburg, May 13, 1925 Library of Congress/NACO
Socialist congressional campaign book Library of Congress/NACO
Studies in public power. Library of Congress/NACO

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