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Sherman Act documentCopy of the Sherman Antitrust Act bill. The Sherman Anti-Trust Act was approved on July 2, 1890. It was the first Federal act that outlawed monopolistic business practices. Courtesy of the National Archives (ourdocuments.gov)
TR with TrustsCartoon of Theodore Roosevelt with "Trust Pigs" - typical of cartoons portraying Roosevelt's "anti-trust" legislative agenda. Courtesy of the Library of Congress.
Farmer vs the railroadFarmer versus railroad cartoon. Wood engraving by Wust Publishing in New York newspaper, August 14th, 1873. Courtesy Library of Congress.
Standard OilPolitical cartoon showing a Standard Oil tank as an octopus with many tentacles wrapped around the steel, copper, and shipping industries, as well as a state house, the U.S. Capitol, and one tentacle reaching for the White House. From J. Ottmann Lith, Co., 1904 Sept. 7. Udo Keppler Artist. Courtesy of the Library of Congress.
TR with a big stickTeddy Roosevelt with "trust-busting" stick, circa 1904. Source unknown. Courtesy of the Library of Congress.
Vulture's RoostThe Vulture's Roost. Trusts as vultures (led by Standard Oil/Rockefeller) roosting on roof of Senate. Drawing by E.W. Kemble in Collier's, Feb. 1905. Courtesy Library of Congress.
Competition cartoonStill from, "It's Everybody's Business" 1954, from Sutherland Productions. Corporate Cold War-era cartoon linking Bill of Rights to free-enterprise ideology. Courtesy Prelinger Archives.
Price Fixing cartoonStill from, "Going Places," 1948, Sutherland Productions. Cold War cartoon defending the profit motive against anti-capitalist critics. Courtesy Prelinger Archives.
Price Fixing cartoon 2Still from, "Going Places," 1948, Sutherland Productions. Cold War cartoon defending the profit motive against anti-capitalist critics. Courtesy Prelinger Archives.
John ShermanPortrait of Hon. John Sherman of Ohio, (1823 to 1900), author of The Sherman Act. Courtesy of Library of Congress.
Mara Liasson headshotMara Liasson. PHOTO CREDIT: 2006 NPR, by Steve Barrett
Mara LiassonNPR and and Fox News commentator Mara Liasson, host of Fair Fight in the Marketplace.
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