12 Antitrust Bull. [i] (1967)

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Contents                                 Bulletin
Antitrust
REGULATION-BY BUSINESS OR GOVERNMENT?
by Jerrold G. Van Cise                              1
FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION ORDERS AND
THE CLAYTON ACT 5: A REEXAMINATION
by Robert D. Wilson                                27
PRACTICALITIES IN COMPETITORS EXCHANGING
PRICE INFORMATION
by James M. Clabault                               49
Economics
ON APPRAISING EVIDENCE ABOUT
MARKET POWER
by Prof. William G. Shepherd                       65
MERGER POLICY IN THE DAIRY INDUSTRY
by Dr. Willard F. Mueller                          73
SCIENTIFIC PUBLIC POLICY, MARKET
PERFORMANCE, AND SIZE OF FIRM
by Prof. Albert J. Simone                          99
BANK MERGERS: THE NEW LAW AND
RENEWED LITIGATION
by Prof. William A. Carter                        109
Symposia
1967 ISBA-CBA ANTITRUST SYMPOSIUM,
DISPOSITION OF PRIVATE TREBLE DAMAGE
ACTIONS AND ILLINOIS ANTITRUST
MERGERS DOUBLE JEOPARDY,                               127
THE ROLE OF THE STATE OF ILLINOIS
IN ANTITRUST.
by Hon. William G. Clark                          129
REALITY OF INDEPENDENT DECISIONS
by Hon. Thomas E. Fairchild                       137
BUSINESS CONSIDERATIONS IN MERGING,
by James M. Phelan                                147
DOUBLE JEOPARDY IN ANTITRUST CASES.
by James E. Hastings                              155

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