• Distribution of the tax burden 

    Carmack, James Abner (University of Missouri, 1909)
    Accepting income as a basis for taxation, we will examine the various methods of raising revenue for Federal, State, and local purposes and see how near, according to our standard of measure, they come to realize in practice ...
  • Early financial history of Missouri 

    Nardin, William Thompson (University of Missouri, 1904)
    The financial history of Missouri properly begins with the history of the territory of which Missouri was, in the earliest time, a part. That territory, however, the field of attempted French colonization and of Spanish ...
  • Farmers' mutual insurance in Missouri 

    Ward, James Gordon (University of Missouri, 1906)
    The only form of co-operation which has been successful among the farmers of Missouri and in fact the farmers of the entire United States, is the present existing mutual insurance companies. This kind of co-operation has ...
  • The so-called trusts; are they a menace to the future welfare of our country? 

    Moyle, Budd Spurgeon (University of Missouri, 1909)
    This is an era of federation and combination. Great capitalistic corporations and labor unions have factors of tremendous importance. Individual business men combine to form partnerships. Combinations in the form of ...