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Recovering the Moral Economy Foundations of the Sherman Act
The Yale Law Journal  (IF5.32),  Pub Date : 2021-10-31, DOI:
Sanjukta Paul

This Feature grounds a core prescription for antitrust law—to disperse economic coordination rights—in its “moral economy” origins, tracing a thread through the common law, nineteenth-century antimonopoly politics, and the legislative history of the Sherman Act. The normative thread traced here is interwoven with an argument about institutional roles.