Taking a broad view of economic freedom, the Supreme Court placed the majority of businesses outside the reach of state regulations.
The 1920 Court Industrial Relations Act of Kansas provided for compulsory arbitration of labor
For the next decade, Taft’s definition of “affected with a public interest” served as a theoretical basis for striking down numerous state regulations. In Nebbia v. New York
Contract, freedom of
Munn v. Illinois
Nebbia v. New York