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Why were so few violations of the Sherman antitrust act brought to court?

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Craig Stewart on January 8, 2019

For the answer to the previous question, there are several reasons why so few violations of the Sherman Antitrust Act were brought to court, but one of the main reasons was that, ironically, the courts were often corrupt, making it impossible for them to want to hear about a case of corruption.

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