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Yesterday’s antitrust laws can’t solve today’s problems

I view antitrust law as a body of doctrine that is largely obsolete.  Here is one part of my broader argument, from today’s Bloomberg column: Or consider the body of law assessing resale-price maintenance in the book trade. Today you can buy used books online. That constrains the prices of both used and new books, […] The post Yesterday’s antitrust laws can’t solve today’s problems appeared first on Marginal REVOLUTION.
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