Tricky Dick: The Tipline for 7 May 2021
Proponents of stronger antitrust enforcement frequently cling to the image of President Theodore Roosevelt when seeking to evoke an image of taking on top-hatted robber barons. Federal Trade Commission member Christine Wilson has drawn on another US president, arguing that some proposals for antitrust reform may be imitating President Richard Nixon by seeking to threaten successful business into submission.
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