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" The control here asserted does not protect against monopoly, but tends to foster it. The aim is not to encourage competition, but to prevent it ; not to regulate the business, but to preclude persons from engaging in it. "
Distribution of Motor-vehicle Tires: Hearings Before the Committee on ... - Page 21
by United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Banking and Currency - 1946 - 53 pages
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To Create a Bituminous Coal Commission: Hearings Before a ..., Volume 2

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Mines and Mining - Bituminous coal. [from old catalog] - 1932
...purity of product or to prevent extortion * * * The control here asserted does not protect against the monopoly, but tends to foster It. The aim is not to...encourage competition, but to prevent it; not to regulate business, but to preclude persons from engaging in It * * * It is not the case of a natural monopoly,...
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Letters of Louis D. Brandeis: Volume V, 1921-1941: Elder Statesman

Louis D. Brandeis - Political Science - 1978 - 770 pages
...Justice Sutherland, declared the law unconstitutional because it fostered monopolistic situations. "The aim is not to encourage competition, but to prevent...business, but to preclude persons from engaging in it." Normally one would have expected LDB to side with an opinion which, on the face of it, opposed monopoly...
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The Return of George Sutherland: Restoring a Jurisprudence of Natural Rights

Hadley Arkes - Law - 1997 - 312 pages
...novel or experimental in this legislation in Oklahoma. It was, as Sutherland said, all too familiar. Stated succinctly, a private corporation here seeks...but tends to foster it. The aim is not to encourage competititon, but to prevent it; not to regulate the business, but to preclude persons from engaging...
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The Chief Justiceship of Charles Evans Hughes, 1930-1941

William G. Ross - History - 2007 - 275 pages
...warned that the state's regulation "does not protect against monopoly, but tends to foster it" because "[t]he aim is not to encourage competition, but to...business, but to preclude persons from engaging in it."'-' Brandeis responded to the Court's opinion in a powerful dissent that crystallized the arguments that...
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