Vanderbilt Law Review

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This Article examines the feasibility and desirability of marshalling section 2(c)' of the Clayton Act as amended by the Robinson-Patman Act and sections 1 and 2 of the Sherman Act against a practice having deep legal, political, and emotional significance in the United States and overseas. Difficult questions of jurisdiction and coverage are presented, as are major issues of public policy on what the role, if any, should be for these provisions.