Washington Law Review


The Anti-dumping Act of 1921 is, in the view of Professor Prosternman, in very real danger of being diverted from an antitrust law into a protectionist or tariff-like measure as a result of an unfortunate comnbination of administrative techniques built into the act and current practical pressures. The author discusses the cause of this diversion and offers some suggestions for reform which will prevent the antidumping law from growing into a protectionist device which is inimical to the current trends toward free trade.

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