Lucid, highly readable, and full of rich social and political implications, “The Antitrust Paradox” illustrates how the purpose and integrity of law can be subverted. The Antitrust Paradox. By Robert H. Bork. New York: Basic Books, Pp. xi, $ The theme of former Solicitor General Bork’ s book is that the. THE ANTITRUST PARADOX: A POLICY AT WAR WITH. ITSELF. By Robert H. Bork. Basic Books, Inc., P xi, Price $ JAMES R. SILKENAT *.
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The book was cited by over a hundred courts. Miguel Sotomayor rated it really liked it Sep 12, GTE SylvaniaU.
When tthe Supreme Court adopted the view that Congress enacted the Sherman Act as a “consumer welfare prescription,” it did not define the meaning of the term, which has remained ambiguous. By now, other wise writers have an exposed and gork discredited the tragic unpragmatism of Robert Bork’s formalist legal theory.
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Antitrust Paradox: A Policy at War with Itself
But there’s a lot of information here and the position is laid out very strong. Basically, antitrust is only to a couple of really bad businessmen who try to screw competitors even thought it is likely detrimental to them.
Theseus’ ship List of Ship of Theseus examples Sorites. The paradox of antitrust enforcement was that legal intervention artificially raised prices by protecting inefficient enterprises from competition. Trivia About Antitrust Paradox Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc. Feb 07, Connor Sullivan rated it did not like it.
No eBook available Amazon. Important book that transformed the nation’s antitrust law.
Antitrust Paradox: A Policy at War with Itself by Robert H. Bork
There are no discussion topics on this book yet. In doing so, he unfolds an economic analysis of antirtust law that transformed one of the most controversial and baffling areas of law ever developed by human civilization, and in witnessing it the open-minded reader cannot avoid being edified and improved by it.
This book’s biggest problem is the difficult in when to go fast and when to go slow.
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Since it first appeared inthis seminal work by one of the foremost legal minds of our age has dramatically changed the way the courts view government’s role in private affairs. Mar 10, Julie rated it liked it Shelves: And leaving aside the theoretical expressions and implications of Bork’s many writings, this work is magnificent in the glimpse it provides into the mind of masterful legal thinker.
With his late s book he succeeded in changing an entire field of law. Chapter 7 was the most useful to me.
Kirk Thompson rated it really liked it Jan 21, In these tasks, Bork’s skills as a lawyer and thinker are beyond reproach. Many scholars, however, have shown that Congress had several motives for the adoption of the Sherman Act, probably none of which was “consumer welfare. Basically, antitrust is only to a couple of really bad businessmen who try to screw competitors This book’s biggest problem is the difficult in when to go fast and when to go slow.