COMBINES, CONTROLS OR COMPETITION?
AbstractAlthough Canadians generally recognize the necessity of some anti-combines legislation, there is substantial disagreement over what form it should take. The main contention concerns the kind of combine that should be prohibited. The author considers those legal, historical and doctrinal considerations relevant to any distinction between good and bad combines. Using the United States and United Kingdom as comparative points, he examines the advisability of transporting this dichotomy into anti-combines legislation.
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