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The antitrust paradox : a policy at war with itself
Shows how antitrust suits adversely affect the consumer by encouraging a costly form of protection for inefficient and uncompetitive small businesses. Bork sees antitrust law as a microcosm whichExpand
Legislative Intent and the Policy of the Sherman Act
  • R. Bork
  • Economics
  • The Journal of Law and Economics
  • 1 October 1966
DESPITE the obvious importance of the question to a statute as vaguely phrased as the Sherman Act, the federal courts in all the years since 1890 have never arrived at a definitive statement of theExpand
Slouching Towards Gomorrah: Modern Liberalism and American Decline
Writing in a highly accessible style and appealing to common sense, one of America's most prominent conservative spokesmen and author of the bestselling The Tempting of America, offers a provocativeExpand
WHAT DOES THE CHICAGO SCHOOL TEACH ABOUT INTERNET SEARCH AND THE ANTITRUST TREATMENT OF GOOGLE
Antitrust agencies in the United States and the European Union began investigating Google's search practices in 2010. Google's critics have consisted mainly of its competitors, particularlyExpand
THE MODERN EVOLUTION OF U.S. COMPETITION POLICY ENFORCEMENT NORMS
Perceptions of history routinely inform discussions about federal antitrust enforcement in the United States. On a number of memorable occasions, historically based narratives have altered theExpand
Coercing Virtue: The Worldwide Rule of Judges
In Coercing Virtue, leading social and legal commentator Judge Robert H. Bork focuses his gaze on one of the most powerful but overlooked forces in a long-running and now global culture war: judges.Expand
The Antitrust Paradox: A Policy at War with Itself
A number of conservative commentators have received critical acclaim in recent years for the elegance of their argument and the incisiveness of their thought. William Safire's award winning columnExpand
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