Lucid, highly readable, and full of rich social and political implications, “The Antitrust Paradox” illustrates how the purpose and integrity of law can be subverted. The Antitrust Paradox. By Robert H. Bork. New York: Basic Books, Pp. xi, $ The theme of former Solicitor General Bork’ s book is that the. THE ANTITRUST PARADOX: A POLICY AT WAR WITH. ITSELF. By Robert H. Bork. Basic Books, Inc., P xi, Price $ JAMES R. SILKENAT *.
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Open Preview See a Problem? Cecile Lindell rated it it was amazing Jun 09, Although Bork’s legal theorizings–and some of his less popular beliefs–are roundly despised both inside and outside legal circles, in The Antitrust Paradox Bork demonstrates his superb skill in the more mundane aspects of legal thinking–evaluating the merit and validity of legal decisions; comparing and criticizing judicial decisions qntitrust ways that are empirically, historically, and analytically sound and reliable.
I think ultimately it needed to goal slower. Theseus’ ship List of Ship of Theseus examples Sorites. For all intents and purposes I’m done with this book–I read it cover-to-cover, but I would venture to say that much of it is opaque for those without a background in law. The book’s biggest substantive problem is that there’s a circular-ish assumption that relates to a series of assumptions: Whatever the present utility of his views, Bork makes a formidible and respectable defense of judicial formalism a theory that views the role of the judge as extremely limited.
The Antitrust Paradox is a book by Robert Bork that criticized the state of United States antitrust law in the s.
Just hte moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Return to Book Page. Bork ha Robert Heron Bork was an American legal scholar who advocated the judicial philosophy of originalism.
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Antitrust Paradox: A Policy at War with Itself
Yet damned if he didn’t start to convince me that his views were better as I read the Antitrust Paradox. KhanVerizon v. Bork sees antitrust law as a microcosm which reflects the larger movements of our society, such as the tension between liberty and equality. Want to Read saving…. Basically, antitrust is only to a couple of really bad businessmen who try to screw competitors even thought it is likely detrimental to them.
Since it first appeared inthis seminal work by one of the foremost legal minds of our age has dramatically changed the way the courts view government’s role in private affairs.
Many scholars, however, have shown that Congress had several motives for the adoption of the Sherman Act, probably none of which was “consumer welfare. All articles with unsourced statements Articles with unsourced statements from September My library Help Advanced Book Search.
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It is claimed that the work is the most cited book on antitrust. A second edition, updated to anitrust substantial changes in the law, was published in Important book that transformed the nation’s antitrust law. Milad rated it it was amazing Aug 16, To ask other readers questions about Antitrust Paradoxplease sign up. Eric Zepp rated it it was ok Dec 08, No trivia or quizzes yet.
The paradox of parwdox enforcement was that legal intervention artificially raised prices by protecting inefficient enterprises from competition. Chapter 7 was the most useful to me. David rated it it was amazing Mar 23, Gary rated it liked it Mar 03, Leif rated it really liked it Nov 04, Bork argues that the original intent of antitrust laws as well as economic efficiency makes consumer welfare and the protection of competition, rather than competitors, the only goals of antitrust law.
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Matthew Raketti rated it really liked it Oct 28, It marks a critical in a turning point in American history. And leaving aside the theoretical expressions and implications of Bork’s many writings, this work is magnificent in the glimpse it provides into the mind of masterful legal thinker.
Bob Zuver rated it really liked it Aug 11, Apr 27, Kate added it Shelves: GTE SylvaniaU. I would like to see a counterargument because this is so coherent but the author makes clear that it is not the dominant position of his time.