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1 , p. ) The "loose" corporate laws of New Jersey coupled with 14th Amendment federal corporate protection provided an environment for the formation of trusts, resulting in monopolies. John D. Rockefeller and Standard Oil emerged on top. Page 40 War, Central Planning and Corporations Industrial Labor Relations and The Colorado Plan In the period immediately following the Reconstruction era (1865-1877), corporations concentrated enormous economic power, resulting in national emergencies in the field of industrial labor relations.
Men in government with power often used the power of the state to borrow money, thus creating an unsustainably and artificially stimulated level of economic activity based on debt. The increased influx of money and credit into the favored activities, such as internal improvements and railroad building, resulted in speculation and economic boom. The bubble collapsed at a future date, but the debt incurred could not be repaid 25 Those opportunities for central planning identified in an earlier part of this paper and derived from the original Constitution of 1787 dealt mainly with the authority to dispose of the public lands, provide for post offices and post roads, and to some lesser degree lay and collect tariffs on imports and exports.
Fortunately, John Stutz, saw the relationship of the work of the planning board to the task which is on the shoulders of the Emergency Relief Organization, and also where, in the public works program, there is a direct relationship with the work of his organization in order to provide a work relief program. There is temporary assurance that the state planning board staff will be continued with its 75% cut. The salaries of the staff of the planning board will go into the cost of the overhead of the Emergency Relief Organization.