Ann Arbor Railroad v. United States

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Ann Arbor Railroad v. United States was a 1930 U.S. Supreme Court case which defined the Hoch-Smith Resolution as an expression of Congressional opinion and not a matter of law, thus enjoining the ICC from following it.


Samuel P. Huntington, "The Marasmus of the ICC: The Commission, the Railroads, and the Public Interest," The Yale Law Journal 61, No. 4 (April 1952): 467-509.

Huntington was an instructor in government, Harvard University.

See also Interstate Commerce Commission