3 edition of Anti-chain-store tax legislation. found in the catalog.
Anti-chain-store tax legislation.
Maurice W. Lee
|Series||Studies in business administration -- v. 9, no. 4, The Journal of business -- v. 12, no. 3, pt. 2|
|LC Classifications||HF5468 L43|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 80 p.|
|Number of Pages||80|
Practitioners of the modern economic theory of crime acknowledge the influence of the eighteenth century writers Montesquieu, Beccaria, and Bentham, whose theories of crime and punishment clearly Author: Thomas J. Miceli. While a federal tax on chain stores that he introduced failed to gain momentum, Congress did succumb to the anti-chain hysteria by enacting “fair trade” laws like the Robinson–Patman Act of.
In Jackson (), the Supreme Court upheld an anti–chain store law passed by the Indiana legislature that imposed higher taxes on chain stores, and later upheld a similar Georgia law. Between and , twenty-two states adopted anti–chain Author: Robert D. Atkinson. rales tax,l the Sarasota Herald declares. Tlorufa already has a gross sales tax enacted by the hut session of the legislature under the guise % of anti-chain store legislation which ;hou!d be mfcrehed against by independent as well as chain chainstore store chainstore merchants. And .
Carl Byoir & Associates was hired on October 1, to repeal or modify the anti-chain store tax laws. Byoir worked to stop the pending chain store tax in the New York State legislature. If the bill passed, there would be a $2 million dollar price tag for A&P and each of the 2, stores in New York would have had to pay $1, under the new bill. Anti-chain-store legislation was widespread everywhere in the first part of the twentieth century. As big retailers like Woolworth's and its imitators appeared, countries all over the industrialized world, including the United States, introduced measures intended to protect their small competitors.
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Find more information about: OCLC Number: Description: ix, 80 pages diagrams 24 cm. ANTI-CHAIN STORE LEGISLATION While the chain stores in operation today are of comparatively recent development,3 the system of having a number of distributive units under a single management is a very ancient one.4 Indeed, Judge Terrel said in Louis K.
Liggett Co. A chain store or retail chain is a retail outlet in which several locations share a brand, central management, and standardized business have come to dominate the retail and dining markets, and many service categories, in many parts of the world.
A franchise retail establishment is one form of chain store. Inthe world's largest retail chain, Walmart, became the world's. Anti-Chain-Store Tax Legislation by Maurice W. Lee Anti-Chain-Store Tax Legislation by Maurice W. Lee (pp. ) DOI: / Table of contents for Journal of Marketing, 5, 3, Access to society journal content varies across our titles.
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The Anti-Chain Store Movement, Localist Ideology, and the Remnants of the Progressive Constitution, Article in Iowa law review 90(3) June with 52 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Richard Schragger.
Anti-Chain Store Tax Legislation. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Lehman, Christopher P. American Animated Cartoons of the Vietnam Era: A Study of Social Commentary in Films and Television Programs, Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Co.
Lewis, Adrian R. The abandonment of tax exemption of government securities is asked to permit more equitable income taxation. It is held that American gov-ernments, in general, now lose more in tax collections than they gain in lower interest costs from exemption.
The exemptions of the personal income tax are also regarded as too high; and it is proposed to. The Decline of Black Business. supported anti–chain store legislation as a way to preserve black Americans’ economic self-sufficiency and freedom.
Combined with anti–chain store Author: Martin Longman. Fighting Chains Stores Past and Present. Looking back at the anti-chain store movement of the late s and s provides some remarkable historical parallels and may prove valuable to today’s campaigners. Their first strategy was to seek federal legislation mandating price maintenance.
In Sen. Arthur Capper of Kansas held. San Francisco to chain stores: Get out. the California city famous for liberal activism has enacted the most influential anti-chain legislation in the United States. The cost of a book or. One of The Wall Street Journal's Best Non fiction Books of From modest beginnings as a tea shop in New York, the Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company became the largest retailer in the world.
It was a juggernaut, the first retailer to sell $1 billion in goods, the owner of nearly sixteen thousand stores and dozens of factories and warehouses/5.
In the early 20th century, groups like the National Negro Business League, for instance, supported anti-chain-store legislation as a way to preserve. Chain Stores in America, (Classic Reprint) advertising allowances American Retail Federation anti-chain anti-chain-store bill Bohack buying campaign Census Chain Store Age Chain Store Association chain-store system chain-store tax cities committee competition competitors consumer cost course decision declared department store.
state legislation in order to facilitate interstate movement and commerce). 5 See McCurdy, supra note 4, at; Richard C.
Schragger, The Anti-Chain Store Movement, Localist Ideology, and the Remnants of the Progressive Constitution, –, 90 Iowa L. Rev.–35 (). See generally Robert H. Wiebe, The Search for Order. Anti-chain store movements gained traction in the s, but became significantly stronger during the Depression.
InTexas Congressman Wright Patman introduced legislation that would have levied a federal tax on chain stores. If adopted, this legislation likely would have ended A&: Chapter 11 bankruptcy, Liquidation.
Ingram, Paul, and Hayagreeva Rao. "Store Wars: The Enactment and Repeal of Anti‐Chain‐Store Legislation in America." American Journal of Sociology #2 (): – Lebhar, Godfrey Montague, and W. Shaw. Chain stores in America, (Chain Store Publishing Corporation, ). Levinson, Marc. The book mainly looks at FDR's underlings, and, in contradistinction to historians like Although focusing on a well-trodden area of history, Brinkley provides what is perhaps the most readable and interesting overview of the last years of FDR's administration, from to /5.
Though chain-store critics had called the situation a “crisis” for years, it took the real crisis of the Great Depression to get national anti-chain-store legislation.
The Robinson-Patman Act of required manufacturers to justify discounts to chain stores in an attempt to limit or eliminate such discounts. The movement reached its legislative climax between and A bill that would effectively tax chain stores out of existence was introduced in the House by Representative Wright Patman, a folksy Texas cotton-farmer-turned-populist-politician who’d literally ridden a horse six miles to high school (and whose eponymous committee later played a key role in the Watergate scandal that.By the early s states were beginning to impose taxes on chain stores.
Though chain-store critics had called the situation a "crisis" for years, it took the real crisis of the Great Depression to get national anti-chain-store legislation.Anti-chain store movements gained traction in the s, but became significantly stronger during the Depression. InTexas Congressman Wright Patman introduced legislation that would have levied a federal tax on chain stores.
If adopted, this legislation would have likely put A&P out of business.