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Introduction to Antitrust

Antitrust is defined as "[t]he body of law designed to protect trade and commerce from restraints, monopolies, price-fixing, and price discrimination."  Black's Law Dictionary, 111 (Bryan A.Garner ed., 9th ed., West 2009).  As such, economics and government regulation are important aspects of antitrust law.

The Library of Congress Call Number range for Antitrust is KF 1600-2940 (click on the link to browse the Law Library catalog).

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