Those who have commented on the Webb-Pomerene Act can be divided into two groups: (1) those who support the Act and would retain it or even expand its scope; and (2) those who oppose the Act and would repeal or weaken it. The first group believes that application of the antitrust laws to the foreign activities of United States companies impairs their ability to compete in the world market. The second group rejects this contention and considers the Webb-Pomerene Act to be unjustifiably inconsistent with the legal framework of free competition...
This bibliography presents selected citations to the literature of this controversy. The listing is not comprehensive but attempts to identify important documents and representative books and articles. Annotations have been supplied when the author believed they would be useful to the student or researcher. Works published in the past decade are emphasized.
Howard A. Hood,
Bibliography: The Extraterritorial Application of United States Antitrust Laws: A Selective Bibliography,
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