Amazon is the poster child for everything wrong with post-Reagan anti-trust enforcement

8/7/2017 |  57
  Published by Boing Boing

Last January, a 28-year-old law student named Lina Khan published a 24,000-word article in the Yale Law Journal unpicking a half-century's shifts in anti-trust law in America, using Amazon as a poster child for how something had gone very, very wrong -- and, unexpectedly, this law student's longread on one of the most technical and abstract areas of law has become the centerpiece of a raging debate in law and economics circles. (more…)

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