Antitrust in a sentence

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Definition of Antitrust

  • opposed to trusts, monopolies, or other large combinations of business or capital which threaten fair competition; designed to protect trade and commerce from unfair business practices; -- of laws and regulations.

How to use antitrust in a sentence. Antitrust pronunciation.

The Congress has not heretofore made any appropriation for the better enforcement of the antitrust law as it now stands.
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In my last annual Message, in connection with the subject of the due regulation of combinations of capital which are or may become injurious to the public, I recommend a special appropriation for the better enforcement of the antitrust law as it now stands, to be extended under the direction of the Attorney-General.
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In my Message to the Congress a year ago, in speaking of the antitrust laws, I said: "The actual working of our laws has shown that the effort to prohibit all combination, good or bad, is noxious where it is not ineffective.
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The antitrust law should not be repealed; but it should be made both more efficient and more in harmony with actual conditions.
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The antitrust law should not prohibit combinations that do no injustice to the public, still less those the existence of which is on the whole of benefit to the public.
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At least, the antitrust act should be supplemented by specific prohibitions of the methods which experience has shown have been of most service in enabling monopolistic combinations to crush out competition.
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To confer upon the National Government, in connection with the amendment I advocate in the antitrust law, power of supervision over big business concerns engaged in interstate commerce, would benefit them as it has benefited the national banks.
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Examples of Antitrust

Example #1
Very much has been done by the Department of Justice in securing the enforcement of this law, but much more could be done if the Congress would make a special appropriation for this purpose, to be expended under the direction of the Attorney-General.
Example #2
If it prove impossible to accomplish the purposes above set forth by such a law, then, assuredly, we should not shrink from amending the Constitution so as to secure beyond peradventure the power sought.
Example #3
Accordingly (by the legislative, executive, and judicial appropriation act of February 25, 1903, 32 Stat., 854, 904), the Congress appropriated, for the purpose of enforcing the various Federal trust and interstate-commerce laws, the sum of five hundred thousand dollars, to be expended under the direction of the Attorney-General in the employment of special counsel and agents in the Department of Justice to conduct proceedings and prosecutions under said laws in the courts of the United States.
Example #4
This presentment is included as an appendix to the report of the Attorney-General.
Example #5
Combination of capital, like combination of labor, is a necessary element in our present industrial system.
Example #6
To aim at the accomplishment of too much usually means the accomplishment of too little, and often the doing of positive damage.