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Toward Less Monopoly, 101 U. PA. L. REV. 577 (1953)

Abstract

Acceptance of the importance of economics in antitrust law has become widespread. The Association of American Law Schools has sponsored economic studies to supplement legal teaching materials; practicing lawyers increasingly are seeking economic aid in preparing for antitrust litigation; and recently a federal judge has obtained the assistance of a trained economist for a major Sherman Act case. In addition economics has an equally important role in determining what the law should be.

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1953

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