Vols. 5-7 published: New York, N.Y. : C. Boardman.
|Statement||edited by Earl W. Kintner.|
|Series||His Legislative history of the Federal antitrust laws and related statutes ; pt. 1, v. 1-7|
|Contributions||Kintner, Earl W., United States.|
|LC Classifications||KF1635.8 1978 pt. 1, vol. 1-7|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||7 v. ;|
|LC Control Number||77021143|
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