Do Antitrust Laws Limit U.S. Competitiveness?


For a hundred years Congress has prohibited American businesses from creating monopolies, fixing prices or otherwise restraining trade. Now, critics say that antitrust laws must be amended or even revoked if U.S. businesses are to compete in world markets. Antitrust supporters, however, say such talk is only a ruse to disguise longstanding objections to antitrust restrictions. They say consumers continue to have far more to lose than to gain from any change.

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