Talking 'Bout My Antitrust Generation: Competition for and in the Field of Competition Law

@article{McChesney2003TalkingM,
  title={Talking 'Bout My Antitrust Generation: Competition for and in the Field of Competition Law},
  author={Fred S. McChesney},
  journal={IO: Regulation},
  year={2003}
}
Twenty-seven years ago I took my law-school antitrust course, from a fledgling assistant professor who had just left the Federal Trade Commission. My performance was adequate, earning one of the better grades in the course, but not spectacular. Unspectacular enough that afterwards the professor said it disappointed him. In retrospect, I think I under-performed because I was a soon-to-be economist as well as a budding lawyer. Like many people back then, I approached antitrust with a presumption… 
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