The antitrust paradox: a policy at war with itself

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Basic Books, 1978 - Business & Economics - 462 pages
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Argues that recent antitrust suits have produced governmental protection for inefficient small businesses and undermines, rather than protects the consumer's interests

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Review: Antitrust Paradox: A Policy at War with Itself

User Review  - Kate - Goodreads

For all intents and purposes I'm done with this book--I read it cover-to-cover, but I would venture to say that much of it is opaque for those without a background in law. Chapter 7 was the most ... Read full review

Review: Antitrust Paradox: A Policy at War with Itself

User Review  - Kate Mereand-Sinha - Goodreads

This book is pivotal, seminal, and in many ways wrong & harmful. Originalist Robert Bork wrote an article in 1966 that looked at the legislative intent of the Sherman Act to limit the scope of ... Read full review

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Contents

THE CRISIS IN ANTITRUST
3
PART I
8
The Historical Foundations of Antitrust Policy
15
Copyright

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