Price Control in the Courts: Records and Briefs of the U.S. Emergency Court of Appeals

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Price Control In The Courts: The U.S. Emergency Court Of Appeals, 1941-1961 supports the study of history, law, economics, government and business by chronicling the creation and activities of this temporary court. Scholars can use these valuable primary sources to draw their own conclusions about the efficacy and function of this court and its impact on legal, business and government policy.

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Archives Unbound Series

Introducing Archives Unbound -- a vast new resource that combines the best of legacy microfilms from Gale and Primary Source Media and new, never-before-filmed collections. Specifically developed to address the needs of individual scholars, universities, and organizations, Archives Unbound is unique not only for its expansive, multi-disciplinary content but also for the distinct new intuitive search platform by which it is accessed.

Features and Benefits

  • Primary sources follow congressional control over prices as America entered World War II.
  • The 667 dockets comprising this collection include petitions, appeal applications, briefs and supporting documents, such as price schedules, correspondence and contracts.
  • Search functionality includes intuitive searches that yield organized results and highlighted keywords to facilitate research.