Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Ten Thousand Commandments - A Story of The Antitrust Laws By Harold Fleming

Status: Completed
ISBN: 0-405-00420-6

EPUB: http://www.mediafire.com/?68bmh82mgnbfk88
PDF: http://www.mediafire.com/?4z06x417j84x52c

Original PDF: http://www.mediafire.com/?8uvg17gzlpa1iuj

Fix Notes:

Page 41 (29 actual):
    - evil that a large buyer could secure a competetive advantage
Page 77 (65 actual):
    - “Prevention of all potential competion is the natural program for maintaining a monopoly here,
Page 125 (113 actual):
    - shoe manufacturers couldn’t sell direct throught their own stores, direct selling, such as “From Kalamazoo Direct to You,” would be illegal,
Page 157 (145 actual):
    - pinned on the small owner-capitalist of the ninteenth century.
Page 170 (158 actual):
    - And this is es-entially the question at stake now about big business:
Page 187 (175 actual):
    - had to travel back and forth the 1,600 miles from the head office in New York (or move to Dallas “for the duration).”


  • TOC moved before Preface
  • "Biblographical References" (Footnotes) Chapter was removed and they were added to the end of each chapter

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