Federal Antitrust Policy during the Kennedy-Johnson Years

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Case Index
Addyston Pipe, 5
ALCOA, 19
ALCOA-Rome Cable, 94-96,98
American Tobacco, 7, 9-10
Arrow-Hart and Hegeman Electric Company v. Federal Trade Commission, 14
Bethlehem Steel, 47
Brown Shoe Company v. United States, 59, 90-94, 103
Clorox, 39-40, 69, 71, 83, 98
Columbia Steel, 19-20
Consolidated Foods, 38, 70, 97
Continental Can, 96
DuPont, 46-47, 60
E.C. Knight, 3-4
El Paso Natural Gas Company, 40, 94
Federal Trade Commission v. Consolidated Foods Corporation, 38, 70, 97
Federal Trade Commission v. Proctor & Gamble Co., 39-40, 69, 71, 83, 98
Federal Trade Commission v. Western Meat Company, 12
International Shoe Company v. Federal Trade Commission, 14, 20
Jellico Mountain Coal, 3
Joint Traffic Association, 4-5
Northern Securities, 5-6
Penn-Olin, 95-96,99
Philadelphia National Bank, 93-95, 97-98
Proctor & Gamble, 39-40, 69, 71, 83, 98
Standard Oil Company of New Jersey v. United States, 6-7, 9, 10
Swift & Company v. Federal Trade Commission, 12
Thatcher Manufacturing Company v. Federal Trade Commission, 12
Trans-Missouri Freight Association, 4, 7
United States v. Addyston Pipe and Steel Co., et al., 5
United States v. Aluminum Company of America [ 1945], 19
United States v. Aluminum Company of America [Rome Cable, 1964], 94-96, 98
United States v. American Tobacco Company, 7, 9-10
United States v. Bethlehem Steel Corporation, 47
United States v. Columbia Steel Company, 19-20

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