2 edition of Preliminary report : inquiry into effects of U.S. rail deregulation found in the catalog.
Preliminary report : inquiry into effects of U.S. rail deregulation
James T. Russell
by Canadian Transport Commission, Traffic and Tariffs Branch, c1984. in Ottawa
Written in English
viii, 124 p.,  folded leaves :  maps.
|Other titles||Inquiry into effects of U.S. rail deregulation|
|Contributions||Graham, Robert E., Canadian Transport Commission. Railway Transport Committee|
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