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Monday, January 14, 2008

Most Presidential Hopefuls Antitrust Moderates

Posted by D. Daniel Sokol

According to a Reuters news analysis, Most Presidential Hopefuls Antitrust Moderates.  I guess they did not read the John Edwards antitrust manifesto submitted a few months ago to AAI, which suggests Edwards' populist agenda would return antitrust to its populist roots.  Strangely, Edwards, Giuliani and Romney are not mentioned in this story.

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Actually, Edwards is indeed mentioned in the article:
"Of the Democrats, former Sen. John Edwards, who is struggling after defeats in Iowa and New Hampshire, was the "most likely to be aggressive on antitrust," said Keeley. Edwards has campaigned on a populist, anti-corporate greed theme."

Posted by: tds | Jan 20, 2008 9:26:54 AM

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