History of American Business: please answer the following questions below in one page. I have attached the reading for these questions below but feel free to research the topics online.
How did the courts deal with the pollution associated with slaughterhouses, fat melting and bone boiling establishments, and other traditional nuisance industries? What legal doctrines did they generally apply?
They dealt with the litigation stimulated by the pollution generated by the railroads and the textile mills, machine shops, chemical works, and other manufactories associated with the industrial revolution very differently. How so?
Your reaction? What do you think of this difference? What do you think of Meisner Rosen’s explanation for the difference and/or its historical significance?