Book pricing antitrust petition

by Walter Olson on October 28, 2009

“The American Booksellers Association loves people who buy books. It loves them so much that it wants to protect them from wicked retailers who sell popular titles at affordable prices.” [Jeff Jacoby, Boston Globe] More: Mark Perry.

Related: antitrust laws mostly “used today by one group of competitors to try to hamstring another competitor in their business” [Coyote on IBM mainframe investigation]

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1 Doug 10.28.09 at 2:17 pm

Ahh, who cares. No one reads today anyway. The Kindle or something like it is going to put them out of business anyway.

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