James R. Atwood


Professor Rahl's international antitrust challenge is a first-class, pocket-sized introduction to a debate that has run for decades and yet shows no signs of exhaustion. The piece echoes many of the themes of Professor Rahl's important 1974 Cornell article, while bringing new freshness and vigor to the problem. His challenge demonstrates, in a few simple pages, that the scores of books and hundreds of articles of the last fifteen years have still not resolved key policy questions on the role of national antitrust laws in international commerce.