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The Sherman Act is the nation's oldest antitrust law. Passed in 1890, it makes it illegal for competitors to make agreements with each other that would limit competition. ... The Clayton Act helps protect Am
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The Sherman Act is the nation's oldest antitrust law. Passed in 1890, it makes it illegal for competitors to make agreements with each other that would limit competition. ... The Clayton Act helps protect Am
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14 minutes 2 seconds
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listening
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The above lesson is a great teaching resource for:Upper-intermediate (B2)
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This resource is intended for:Business/professional students
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… thewere thethat came to be called trusts,
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… the name trust survived though , and theof law is still known today as
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… morgan also served as one of the main forces behind at t'sin the american
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Everyin the form of trust, or otherwise, or conspiracy in restraint of trade was.
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He started by bringing a suit inj.
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the opinion was written,
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… in this case andthe, a breakup of the firm into 34 parts.
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… a democrat won the 1912 election based onandpolicies,
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the sherman acts powersin the early 1900s,in europe, the historic core of u.
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but the emergence of thelaw tradition in europe can beto the 19th century in countries, such as germany.
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Most public utilities and telecommunicationswerein france and the uk.
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… threw their weight behind the naziwhen itamong other key groups,
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… after the war germanyunder military occupation among the more pressing political goals of thewas the breaking up …
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other european countries alsotheirregimes,
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as a result, theof paris included the firstat the european level.
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Thein the earlyof competition,
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