An Antitrust Analogy

From p. 382 of Robert Bork’s 1978 book The Antitrust Paradox: A Policy at War with Itself:

One often hears of the baseball player who, although a weak hitter, was also a poor fielder. Robinson-Patman is a little like that. Although it does not prevent much price discrimination, at least it has stifled a great deal of competition.

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