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Thursday, December 22, 2011

NY Times Profile of Bert Foer and the American Antitrust Institute

Posted by D. Daniel Sokol

I could not have asked for more interesting reading than the NY Times story on Bert Foer and AAI. Among the best quotes:

“A lot of Bert’s antitrust opinions are annoying,” said R. Hewitt Pate, the general counsel of Chevron and a former senior antitrust official in the Bush administration. “You disagree with him on the substance but you enjoy hanging out with him, and there are not enough people in Washington like that.”

“At its root, antitrust is about human dignity and making sure consumers have a range of choices,” Mr. Foer said.

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