Howard Kurtz and Daniel Stone on the antitrust probe that's shocking rivals.
This is naïve: what the owners feared was losing their exemption from antitrust laws.
His influence on antitrust law--already monumental would have been staggering.
antitrust cases are notoriously tricky to prove, and could be especially so in this case.
The report had one definite effect: rumblings about the antitrust exemption ceased.
The Congress has not heretofore made any appropriation for the better enforcement of the antitrust law as it now stands.
In my message of a year ago I commented on the necessity of congressional inquiry into the economic action of the antitrust laws.
Relief of the railroads from certain restrictions of the antitrust law have been urged by my predecessor and will be urged by me.
The antitrust law should not be repealed; but it should be made both more efficient and more in harmony with actual conditions.
The appropriation of sufficient funds to permit proper enforcement of the present antitrust laws is essential.