Necessary Fraud Progressive Reform and Utah Coal

By: Taniguchi, Nancy Jacobus

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Signed by author. Text is clean. Book and DJ show virtually no wear. DJ placed inside protective archival sleeve. ; From dust jacket flap: In the late 1800s and early 1900s, the State of Utah was the federal choice for what was intended to be a definitive antitrust suit aimed at quelling the power of western railroads over coal lands in the diminishing public domain. The government did not achieve this primary objective, but through decades of litigation it did force the passage of a realistic coal-land law and develop precedents for its application. Using century-old photographs and copious documentation, Nancy J. Taniguchi creates a legal history of land fraud in Utah's turn-of-the-century coal fields that intertwines national, regional, and local events. Necessary Fraud transcends parachialism to become a compelling exposition on the era of progressive reform. ; Legal History of North America; Vol. 3; 336 pages; Signed by Author

Title: Necessary Fraud Progressive Reform and Utah Coal

Author Name: Taniguchi, Nancy Jacobus

Categories: Natural Resources,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Norman, OK, University of Oklahoma Press: 1996

ISBN Number: 0806128186

ISBN Number 13: 9780806128184

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Fine in Fine dust jacket

Inscription: Signed by Author

Seller ID: 3256