Re: an Amicus Curae to the Honorable Thomas Penfield Jackson

From: Alan Curry (
Date: Thu May 04 2000 - 19:13:45 EST

David Schwartz writes the following:
> Since the express purpose of the anti-trust laws is to preserve and protect
>commercial competition, remedies aimed at any other goal will be dismissed
>by the judge without further consideration.

I guess some people are hoping that the court may finally be ready to admit
the fact that source hoarding is not good for competition.

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