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Dominick Armentano

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Dominick T. Armentano is professor emeritus in economics at the University of Hartford in Connecticut and an Associated Scholar of the Mises Institute.

Antitrust: The Case for Repeal

Free MarketsInterventionismMonopoly and CompetitionPrices

01/01/1986Books
This 100-page tour de force rips the intellectual cover off antitrust regulation to reveal it for what it is: a bludgeon used by businesses against their competitors.
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Antitrust Policy Is Both Harmful and Useless

Legal SystemInterventionismMonopoly and Competition

02/21/2019Mises Daily Articles
Whether or not anti-trust legislation remains helpful to consumers, or makes any economic sense, remains entirely debatable.
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Social Justice Warriors: It's Not Just About Economics

02/18/2019Power & Market

Many progressives argue rights to property are arbitrary constructs of an elite and conservative legal system; that there is nothing “natural” or legitimate about them; and that, therefore, they have no special moral status.

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Myths of Anti-trust: Speak Truth to Power

Political Theory

10/08/2014Audio/Video
The Ludwig von Mises Memorial Lecture sponsored by Dr. Don Printz, presented at the Austrian Economics Research Conference. Recorded 22 March 2013 at the Ludwig von Mises Institute. Includes an introduction by Joseph T. Salerno.
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In Praise of TV's Pawn Stars

Free MarketsMedia and CultureEntrepreneurship

01/02/2013Mises Daily Articles
History Channel's Pawn Stars is a capitalistic feast for the free market junkie.
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Revealing the Reality of Antitrust

Legal SystemU.S. EconomyInterventionismPolitical Theory

12/15/2010Mises Daily Articles
Antitrust keeps superior products and marketing strategies from harming rivals, but halting such innovation harms consumers. It inhibits superior firms from passing on their efficiencies to consumers in lower prices.
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