The principles underlying the decisions of the Interstate Commerce Commission are, for the most part, admittedly sound principles, and their number is not inordinately great. But to lawyers, and students of law, the application of these principles seems, in casual reading, to be made as whim or fancy dictates. It is a frequent complaint of the lawyer that there is no law in rate decisions.
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