PURE FOOD AND DRUGS
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Bailey, T.A. "Congressional Opposition to Pure Food Legislation," Am. J.Sociology 36 (1930).
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Okun, Mitchell, Fairplay in the Marketplace: the First Battle for Pure Food and Drugs (DeKalb, IL 1986). [ord. 10/88].
Young, The Medical Messiahs
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Baker, Ray S., "The Private Car and the Beef Trust," McClure's 26 (1906), 318-31.
Breckinridge, S. P. and Abbott, Edith, "Housing Conditions in Chicago: III Back of the Yards," American Journal of Sociology 16 (1911).
Bushnell, Charles H. The Social Problem at the Chicago Stockyards (Chicago, 1902).
Buchanan, George "The So-Called Beef Trust." Century Magazine 43 (November 1902), 149-50.
Commons, John R. "Labor Conditions in Meat-packing and the Recent Strike," Quarterly Journal of Economics 19 (November, 1904).
Fraser, John Foster, America at Work (London, 1903).
Hill., William, "Conditions in the Cattle Industry," Journal of Political Economy 13 (1904), 1.
Kaztauskis, Antanas, "From Lithuania to the Chicago Stockyards," Independent 57 (August 4, 1904), 241-48.
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Moody, John, The Truth about the Trusts
Poole, Ernest, "The Meat Strike," Independent 57 (July 28, 1904).
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Russell, Charles E., The Greatest Trust in the World (New York, 1905).
Seaman, L.L. "Is Chicago Meat Clean? Collier's 35 (April 22, 1905).
Sinclair, U. The Jungle (1906)
Simons, Algie M. "Packingtown, 'The Jungle' and Its Critics," International Socialist Review 6 (June 1, 1906), 712.
Swados, Harvey Years of Conscience, docs in chapter 6.
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Brody, David, The Butcher Workmen: A Study of Unionization (Cambridge, MA 1964).
Gras, N.S.B. and Larson, "Armour and Company," Casebook in American Business History
Keuchel, Edward F. "Chemicals and Meat: The Embalmed Beef Scandal," Bulletin of the History of Medicine 48 (1974).
Leach, H. and Carroll, Armour and His Times
Miller, Evertett B., "How Important Was Upton Sinclair's The Jungle to Federal Meat Inspection Reform? Vetinary Heritage 10 (Feb. 1987), 11-12.
Rosenkrantz, Barbara G. "The Trouble with Bovine Tuberculosis," Bulletin of the History of Medicine 59 (Summer 1985).
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Walsh, Margaret, The Rise of the Midwestern Meat Packing Inductry (Lexington, Ky, 1982).
Yeager, Mary, Competition and Regulation: the Development of Oligopoly in the Meat Packing Industry (Greenwich, Conn. 1981).
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