NOTES

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1. Statistical Abstract, 1964, Table No. 654, p. 487.

2. Ibid., Table No. 655, p. 488.

3. Ibid., Table No. 433, p. 321.

4. Ibid., Table No. 662, p. 492.

5. Ibid., Table No. 668, p. 495.

6. Ibid.

7. Ibid., Table No. 662, p. 492.

8. Ibid., Table No. 668, p. 495. These computations are made on the basis of the U.S. Treasury categories set forth for active corporations. The industrial and trading corporations are those in the mining, construction, manufacturing, transportation, communication, electric, gas, sanitary and wholesale and retail trade groups, which are differentiated from other groups of active corporations.

9. Ibid., compiled from Table No. 668, p. 495.

10. 12,000 Leading U.S. Corporations, by the editors of News Front, Inc., N.Y., 1963, p. 7.

11. Statistical Abstract, Table No. 680, p. 501.

12. Ibid., Table No. 683, p. 502.

13. Ibid., Table No. 682, p. 502.

14. Ibid., Table No. 684, p. 503.

15. Lindahl and Carter, pp. 60, 61, 102.

16. Desmond Smith, "AT&T: The Folksy Octopus," The Nation, January 3, 1966, p. 16.

17. Wall Street Journal, October 28, 1965; 1:6.

18. Federal Trade Commission, Report on Corporate Mergers and Acquisitions, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1955, pp. 10-11.

19. Ibid., p. 13.