Greedy Special Pleading Is Always Ugly

by Don Boudreaux on October 28, 2009

in Antitrust, Books, Competition, Prices

In today’s Boston Globe, columnist Jeff Jacoby well and truly explains why the American Booksellers’ Association should be ignored when it complains about competition driving down the prices of books.


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