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Conflicting Ideals for Reorganization, 44 Yale Law Journal 923 (1935)

Abstract

Most of the recent literature dealing with reorganization and the
reorganization amendments to the Bankruptcy Act has emphasized
reorganization procedure, and properly so. Abuses conceived to have
existed in the past have been primarily procedural. The general tenor
of reform objective has been to shift control over reorganization from
investment bankers to the security holders themselves or to public
authority.

Date of Authorship for this Version

1935

Keywords

bankruptcy, organization, politics

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