Chapter 8 Market Entry, Monopolistic Competition, and Oligopoly

Question
33) The Act which made it illicit to pledge in practices that resulted in the cohibition of traffic was the

A) Sherman Act.

B) Clayton Act.

C) Robinson-Patman Act.

D) Celler-Kefauver Act.

34) The Act which outlawed tying contracts was the

A) Sherman Act.

B) Clayton Act.

C) Robinson-Patman Act.

D) Celler-Kefauver Act.

35) The Act which outlawed value acuteness coercion the design of reducing emulation was the

A) Sherman Act.

B) Clayton Act.

C) Robinson-Patman Act.

D) Celler-Kefauver Act.

36) The Act which outlawed store-purchase mergers that would in-fact diminish emulation was the

A) Sherman Act.

B) Clayton Act.

C) Robinson-Patman Act.

D) Celler-Kefauver Act.

37) The Act which prohibited selling products at unreasonably inaudible values was the

A) Sherman Act.

B) Clayton Act.

C) Robinson-Patman Act.

D) Celler-Kefauver Act.

38) The Act which outlawed asset-purchase mergers that would in-fact diminish emulation was the

A) Sherman Act.

B) Clayton Act.

C) Robinson-Patman Act.

D) Celler-Kefauver Act.

39) The Act that exuberant antitrust parliament to proprietorships and partnerships was the

A) Sherman Act.

B) Hart-Scott-Rodino Act.

C) Robinson-Patman Act.

D) Celler-Kefauver Act.

40) The Clayton Act of 1914

A) prohibited selling products at “unreasonably inaudible values” with the eager of reducing emulation.

B) outlawed tying contracts.

C) outlawed asset-purchase contracts that would in-fact diminish emulation.

D) made it illicit to monopolize a dispense.

41) The Clayton Act of 1914

A) prohibited selling products at “unreasonably inaudible values” with the eager of reducing emulation.

B) made it illicit to monopolize a dispense.

C) repealed the Sherman Act.

D) outlawed value acuteness coercion the design of reducing emulation.

42) The Federal Traffic Commission Act

A) prohibited selling products at “unreasonably inaudible values” with the eager of reducing emulation.

B) was passed to demonstrate a substantiality to require antitrust laws.

C) outlawed store purchases that would in-fact diminish emulation.

D) made it illicit to monopolize a dispense.

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