Sherman’s Missing ‘Supplement’: Prosecutorial Capacity, Agency Incentives, and the False Dawn of Antitrust Federalism

Daniel Rauch, Colorado Department of Law discusses Sherman’s Missing ‘Supplement’: Prosecutorial Capacity, Agency Incentives, and the False Dawn of Antitrust Federalism. ABSTRACT: When the Sherman Act passed in 1890, it was widely expected that it would operate primarily as a…