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The Robinson-Patman Act of 1936 was designed to strengthen the federal government's efforts to curb anticompetitive actions by businesses. Sponsored by Senator Joseph Robinson of Arkansas and Representative Wright Patman of Texas, the measure was the most complicated of the ...

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