Synopses & Reviews
Antitrust and Monopoly is a thoroughly documented indictment of antitrust policy in the United States. It draws on all the classic antitrust cases in business history to illustrate that the laws have not been employed against monopolies, but have been used instead to restrain and restrict the competitive process.
"Skillfully honed...eloquent...Professor Armentano's book must be mastered by all who would be heard on this issue." Business History Review
"The single best book-length treatment of this issue...should become a, if not the standard in economics, history, and political science." Public Choice
"Should be on the reading list of every antitrust course. Clearly stated, rigorously developed...definitely for professors as well as students." Donald Dewey, professor of economics, Columbia University
About the Author
Dominick T. Armentano is Professor Emeritus of Economics at the University of Hartford.