Trusts, Or Industrial Combinations and Coalitions in the United States by Ernst von Halle

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InJohn D. Rockefeller, a rich industrialist and owner of Standard Oil, was facing a crisis.A self-made man who began his career as a bookkeeper at the age of sixteen. Standard Oil, U.S. company and corporate trust that from to was the industrial empire of John D.

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