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28 February, 20:26

Which of the Supreme Court cases dissolved the monopoly controlling the railroad lines from Chicago to the Pacific Northwest?

A) Elkins v. New York

B) Lochner v. New York

C) Standard Oil v. United States

D) Northern Securities Co. v. United States

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  1. 28 February, 20:35
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    Northern Securities Co. v. United States dissolved the monopoly controlling the railroad lines from Chicago to the Pacific Northwest.

    Answer: Option D

    Explanation:

    The then President Theodore Roosevelt clashed with Northern Securities Co over building railway lines in places like Chicago and Burlington. On grounds of restraint of trade, Roosevelt dragged the issue to the Supreme Court and the supreme court passed the verdict in favor of Roosevelt, indirectly meaning that the verdict was passed in favor of U. S. A. This meant that Northern Securities lost the monopoly over the control established over the railroads line from Chicago to Pacific Northwest.
  2. 28 February, 22:03
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    d) Northern Securities Co. v. United States
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