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24 - Champion v Ames What changed since the Sugar Trust...

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Champion v. Ames - What changed since the Sugar Trust Case (E.C. Knight and Co)? – Justices on the Court changed - Both cases are about interstate commerce, trade, - Lottery Case - Selling Lottery tickets is bad Muckrakers - Good or bad depending on which position you hold - Stir up journalism and dirt on companies and politicians - Meat packing, orphanages, women’s workplace, child labor, prostitution (slave traffic), Pure Food and Drug Act Mann Act – can’t transport women over state lines for sexual purposes Yellow Margarine Act – Can’t ship yellow margarine (Wisconsin) - Cheaper than butter ( McCray v. United States (1904)) National Parks – Forest Reserve Act (1891) – Balance between public goods and people benefiting from (exploiting) public goods Child Labor – compulsory school attendance - Progressives – Located in cities (googoos) – liberal ideology - Many argued that Child Labor not evil in itself, only the product was - Not a measure designed to raise revenue, trying to fool the court about what was important
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