Pamphlet edition of ‘An Address before the National Industrial Conference Board, New York, October 10, 1918’, by American banker Otto Hermann Kahn, arguing against State control of the Railways and special taxation, measures supposedly design to limit profiteering from the conflict and improve industrial output.
Kahn, an American citizen of German family, was educated in Mannheim and in the 1880s was required to report for obligatory military service. This he undertook in one of the Kaiser’s Hussars Regiments.
Table of Contents
Government Ownership of Railroads: p. 3
Punitive Paternalism in Taxation: p. 27
[New York, 1918]
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