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clothed with a public interestmight be subject to economic regulation by the states; e.g., a state might set the rates charged by a grain elevator but not the prices of a haberdasher. The Supreme Court essentially adhered to this position until the 1930s.
See biographies by B. R. Trimble (1938, repr. 1970) and C. P. Magrath (1963).
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