Chapter 8 Antitrust And David Cluchey's

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The days of monopolizing, by strong arming your competition are long gone. In Chapter 8 “Antitrust” by David Cluchey and Edward David analyzed how it all began and moving forward where were going. In the late 1800s the norm was to practice common law in a free market. After the civil war, the united states experienced a substantial rapid industrialization. With the rise of a more complex economic system, came individuals that could increase their wealth by becoming powerful. One way this was established was by starting a trust and eventually running the competition out of business. By the 1890s the government was launching their own laws to find such individuals liable. The Sherman Act was introduced but for decades was not successful. This
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