Antitrust and the Oil Monopoly : The Standard Oil Cases, 1890-1911. Bruce Bringhurst.

Antitrust and the Oil Monopoly : The Standard Oil Cases, 1890-1911

Westport CT: Greenwood Press, 1979.

First Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. Very Good- with no dust jacket. Item #10162
ISBN: 0313206422

Library stamps/marks/labels/pocket, 1" spine tear at head, otherwise light wear. Solid hardcover.; "Thus antitrust litigation served the highly important, although largely unintended, function of defusing the periodic outbursts of public hostility directed against the ongoing concentration of economic power in Amierca. The Standard Oil cases mark the coming of age of antitrust as an important mechanism for coping with public outrage. No sector of the economy has benefitted more from that service than the petroleum industry." - Introduction. Contents: Preface; Introduction: The Antitrust Dilemma; 1. Ohio versus Standard Oil; 2. Trust Busting in Texas; 3. The Antitrust Contagion; 4. The States Strike Out; 5. The United States versus Standard Oil; 6. The Rule of Reason; 7. Dissolution; 8. Trust Busting and Public Relations; Notes; Bibliography; Index. ; Contributions in Legal Studies; Ex-Library; Vol. 8; x, 296 pages.

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