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" The aim and result of every price-fixing agreement, if effective, is the elimination of one form of competition. The power to fix prices, whether reasonably exercised or not, involves power to control the market and to fix arbitrary and unreasonable prices.... "
Federal Anti-trust Decisions - Page 1085
by United States. Courts - 1928
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United States Reports: Cases Adjudged in the Supreme Court at ..., Volume 273

United States. Supreme Court, John Chandler Bancroft Davis, Henry Putzel, Henry C. Lind, Frank D. Wagner - 1927 - 898 pages
...power to control the market and to fix arbitrary and unreasonable prices. The reasonable price fixed today may through economic and business changes become...fixed. Agreements which create such potential power mav well be held to be in themselves unreasonable or unlawful restraints, without the necessity of...
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Amendment of Federal Trade Commission Act and Establishment of a Federal ...

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary - 1932 - 320 pages
...power to control the market and to fix arbitrary and unreasonable prices. The reasonable price fixed to-day may through economic and business changes become...established, it may be maintained unchanged because of (tie absence of competition secured by the agreement for a price reasonable when fixed. Agreements...
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Amendment of Federal Trade Commission Act and Establishment of a Federal ...

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Jediciary - 1932 - 424 pages
...power to control the market and to fix arbitrary and unreasonable prices. The reasonable price fixed to-day may through economic and business changes become the unreasonable price of to-morrow. Once establisimed, it may be maintained unchanged because of ¿he absence of competition secured by the...
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Investigation of the National Recovery Administration: Hearings Before the ...

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Finance - 1935 - 830 pages
...power to control the market and to fix arbitrary and unreasonable prices. The reasonable price fixed today may, through economic and business changes, become the unreasonable price of tomorrow" (273 U. 8. 393, 397). The character of the resulting financial and political strain need not be described....
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Report of the Federal Trade Commission to the President in Response to the ...

United States. Federal Trade Commission - 1935 - 138 pages
...power to control the market and to fix arbitrary and unreasonable prices. The reasonable price fixed today may, through economic and business changes, become the unreasonable price of tomorrow." 9 The character of the resulting financial and political strain need not be described. Nor is even...
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Extension of National Industrial Recovery Act: Hearings...

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Ways and Means - 1935 - 794 pages
...power to control the market and to fix arbitrary and unreasonable prices. The reasonable price fixed today may. through economic and business changes, become the unreasonable price of tomorrow.' •• The character of the resulting financial and political strain need not be described : nor is...
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Extension of National Industrial Recovery Act: Hearings Before the Committee ...

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Ways and Means - 1935 - 798 pages
...power to control the market and to fix arbitrary and unreasonable prices. The reasonable price fixed today may. through economic and business changes, become the unreasonable price of tomorrow.' " The character of the resulting financial and political strain need not be described; nor Is even...
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Investigation of Concentration of Economic Power: Monograph, Volumes 34-43

1941 - 1496 pages
...power to control the market and to fix arbitrary and unreasonable prices. The reasonable price fixed today may through economic and business changes become...held to be in themselves unreasonable or unlawful restraint«, without the necessity of minute inquiry whether a particular price is reasonable or unreasonable...
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Regulation of Rate Bureaus, Conferences and Associations: Hearings...on H.R ...

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Interstate Commerce - 1946 - 1258 pages
...power to control the market and tt fix arbitrary and unreasonable prices * * * Agreements which creatt such potential power may well be held to be in themselves unreasonable or unlawful restraints * * * Thus viewed, the Sherman Law is iiol only a prohibition against the infliction of a particular...
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Practitioners' Journal, Volume 29, Issue 1

1961 - 168 pages
...exercised or not, involves power to control the market and to fix arbitrary and unreasonable prices. . . . Agreements which create such potential power may well be held to be unreasonable or unlawful restraints, without the necessity of minute inquiry whether a particular price...
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