Why Trust In Antitrust? with Sanjukta Paul & Marshall Steinbaum
With a series of recent events indicating bipartisan interest in antitrust reform from Congress and the Supreme Court, host Matt Seybold speaks with Law Professor, Sanjukta Paul, and economist, Marshall Steinbaum, about the history of antitrust movements in the United States from Mark Twain's Gilded Age to the New Gilded Age, as well as why they advocate for antitrust as a mechanism for improving worker welfare, reducing inequality, and protecting democracy.

For more about this episode, including a complete bibliography, please visit MarkTwainStudies.com/Antitrust
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