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First Amendment Library:
William E. Leahy


The principal question here is whether a newspaper publisher's conduct constituted an attempt to monopolize interstate commerce, justifying the injunction issued against it under §§ 2 and 4 of the Sherman Antitrust Act.[1] For the reasons hereafter stated, we hold that the injunction was justified.