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25 Antitrust L. & Econ. Rev. 79 (1994)
Judge Stephen Breyer: A Brooding Concern for the Rights of Monopolists

handle is hein.journals/antlervi25 and id is 305 raw text is: JUDGE STEPHEN BREYER:
Lloyd Constantine
The following is Mr. Constantine's opening statement before
the Senate Judiciary Committee on July 15, 1994, in opposition
to Breyer's appointment to the Supreme Court. A former head of
the antitrust office of the New York Attorney General, he is cur-
rently with Constantine & Associates, New York City.
Major 'Revisionist'
It's a pleasure to be back here again. I oppose the nomina-
tion of Judge Breyer principally on the basis of his antitrust
jurisprudence. One might ask why his record in this area should
be of substantial concern to the Senate. I think it should for
several reasons. He is a leading antitrust scholar and jurist who
has written many important decisions interpreting our competi-
tion laws. I believe an understanding of the way he approaches
his role as a judge in antitrust cases is crucial to understanding
his overall approach to the role of the judiciary in our society.
Antitrust scholars and practitioners widely recognize Judge

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