By Tony A. Freyer
How antitrust fostered a global festival attention, in a position to curtailing international capitalism.
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Extra resources for Antitrust and Global Capitalism, 1930-2004
Lincoln Gordon to Tony A. Freyer, interview, April 29, 2002. Dr. Gordon noted that his contributions to Fainsod and Gordon, Government and the American Economy, including Reconstituting American Antitrust, 1937–1945 33 The progress of the Alcoa case revealed the international ramifications of Arnold’s antitrust policy. ’’ The case came to trial in June 1938. S. borders. Although previous Supreme Court decisions had eroded the rule, the Alcoa case presented the most direct argument yet for establishing antitrust jurisdiction on the basis of extraterritorial effects.
US wins]; Lay Fish Co. [US wins 1926]; Leibner & Co. [US wins 1926]; Deutsches Kalisyndikat Gesellschaft [US wins 1929]; Asbestos Corp. [case filed 1928, dismissed for mootness 1931]; Amsterdamsche Chininefabriek Eq. [US wins consent decree 1929]; [same defendant, nolle prosequi 1928]; 383, 340 Ounces of Quinnine-Derivatives [consent decree 1928]; Radio Corp. of America [consent decree 1932]; 5,898 Cases Sardines [US wins consent decree 1931]; A. B. C. Canning Co. [US wins consent decree 1931].
While German production shot forward at top speed. S. multinational corporations represented a major change in enforcement priorities. Between the end of World War I and 1930, the Justice Department had prosecuted seventeen antitrust cases involving international anticompetitive conduct. Major corporations producing petroleum, potash, or quinine – or in one instance, the Radio Corporation of America – were parties; a large proportion were firms engaged in fishing or the making of sisal cordage, or soap and toiletries.
Antitrust and Global Capitalism, 1930-2004 by Tony A. Freyer