Monday, September 15, 2008
Turning On Itself: How Dueling Agencies In The Bush Administration Made Mincemeat Of Antitrust Regulation Policy
Posted by D. Daniel Sokol
Jon Baker of American University's Washington College of Law has an interesting short article in the current issue of the New Republic on Turning On Itself: How Dueling Agencies In The Bush Administration Made Mincemeat Of Antitrust Regulation Policy. As Baker summarizes, "This interagency clash pits mainstream conservative defenders of traditional competition against radical non-interventionist advocates of broad marketplace rights for big business--and it proves that in competition policy, as elsewhere, the Bush administration has gone sadly astray."