An article which discusses the Supreme Court's antitrust decisions during a term is necessarily general in nature, because temporal and spatial constraints do not allow in-depth treatises on each issue raised in each case. Rather, the writing should explain each decision, analyze the Court's reasoning, and assess the holding's effect on future cases and antitrust enforcement in general. Perhaps, however, the most crucial requirement is that it explain judicial philosophies and trends that aid counsel in advising their clients.
Consistency and Predictability: Supreme Court Antitrust Decisions During the 1978 Term,
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