The Malt Beverage Interbrand Competition Act: Hearing Before the Committee on the Judiciary, United States Senate, Ninety-ninth Congress, First Session on S. 412, a Bill to Clarify the Circumstances Under which Territorial Provisions in Licenses to Distribute and Sell Trademarked Malt Beverage Products are Lawful Under the Antitrust Laws, May 14, 1985, Volume 4, Part 1

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1985 - Antitrust law

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Contents

Thurmond Hon Strom chairman
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Text of S 412A bill to clarify the circumstances under which territorial
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Winslow Walter T Deputy Director Bureau of Competition Federal Trade
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Constantine Lloyd assistant attorney general for antitrust State of
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Whiting Richard A chairman section on antitrust law American Bar Asso
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Gellhorn Ernest dean Case Western Reserve University Law School Cleve
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James R Boylston III Reids Red White Barnwell
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OPPOSITION TO THE BEER BILL 3
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BEER MARKETING THE CURRENT SYSTEM 9
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ANTITRUST LAWS BEER BILL 15
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OTHER ISSUES 22
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CONGRESSIONAL TESTIMONY STRONGLY AGAINST ENACTMENT 26
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Winslow Walter T
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APPENDIX
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