An Antitrust Route to Re-regulation

From telecommunications to airlines and railroads, from banking to natural gas, from trucking to broadcasting, partial deregulation has changed the U.S. economic landscape for the better. But no one should assume that these deregulatory gains are sacrosanct. Claims that markets cannot operate in the “public interest” without extensive government controls on market entry and exit, pricing market-allocation are still being made.

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