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— Marc Allen Eisner
A fascinating and well-told political tale spun by a historian who has searched archives and presidential libraries.
Wells's rich account provides a deep understanding of how antitrust has quietly shaped much of the postwar political economy.... It is essential reading for specialists in business-government relations and merits attention from all historians who are looking to think about and participate in a broader conversation about politics, economy, and society.
Wyatt Wells has written an important book that makes a major contribution to out understanding of antitrust and its domestic and international milieu.
A carefully crafted volume that should be of great interest to students of business and political history.
|1||The Cartel Ideal||4|
|2||The Context of Antitrust||27|
|3||Reform versus Mobilization||43|
|4||Making the World Safe for Competition||90|
|5||Among Unbelievers: Antitrust in Germany and Japan||137|
|6||The New Order in Practice: The Cases of Oil and Steel||187|
|Essay on Sources||257|