Thursday, December 18, 2014

Kolasky's "Trustbusters"

William Kolasky, a partner with the Washington, D.C. office of the law firm Hughes Hubbard & Reed LLP and Deputy Assistant Attorney General for International Enforcement in the Antitrust Division of the US Department of Justice during the George W. Bush administration, has written a series of sketches on the history of antitrust in America, entitled "Trustbusters."  About a year ago we noted one; here, via Hughes Hubbard’s website, is the entire series:

Thurman Arnold: An American Original, 27 Antitrust 89 (Summer 2013)

Robert H. Jackson: How a "Country Lawyer" Converted Franklin Roosevelt into a Trustbuster, 27 Antitrust 85 (Spring 2013)

George Rublee and the Origins of the Federal Trade Commission, 26 Antitrust 106 (Fall 2011)

The Election of 1912:  A Pivotal Moment In Antitrust History, 25 Antitrust 82 (Summer 2011)

Theodore Roosevelt and William Howard Taft:  Marching Toward Armageddon, 25 Antitrust 97 (Spring 2011)

Chief Justice Edward Douglass White and the Birth of the Rule of Reason, 24 Antitrust 77 (Summer 2010)

Senator John Sherman and the Origin of Antitrust, 24 Antitrust 85 (Fall 2009)