Through the years, the Supreme Court has emphasized numerous times that "[t]he heart of our national economic policy long has been faith in the value of competition." Indeed, this principle was reiterated last Term. Crucial to economic competition are the anti-trust laws, especially the Sherman Act.
Jeff Miles & John Russell,
Economic Competition and the Supreme Court: Decisions in the 1977 Term,
U. Rich. L. Rev.
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