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Competition Policy in America: History, Rhetoric, Law (rev. ed.)
Rudolph H.R. Peritz (au). Explores the durability of free competition imagery by tracing its influences on public policy. Looking at congressional debates & hearings, admin. agency activities, court opinions, arguments of counsel, & economic, legal, & political scholarship, Peritz finds that free competition has actually evoked two different visions -- freedom not only from oppressive govít., but also from private economic power. His historical inquiry into competition policy as a series of govít. directives, inspired by two complex yet distinct & sometimes contradictory visions of free competition, provides an indispensable framework for understanding modern political economy -- whether political campaign finance reform, corp. takeover regín. or current attitudes toward the New Deal legacy.
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