Nomination--Federal Trade Commission: Hearing Before the Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, United States Senate, Ninety-ninth Congress, Second Session, on Daniel Oliver, to be Chairman, and Andrew J. Strenio, Jr., to be a Commissioner, Federal Trade Commission, February 25, 1986


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Page 3 - People of the same trade seldom meet together, even for merriment and diversion, but the conversation ends in a conspiracy against the public, or in some contrivance to raise prices.
Page 3 - It is of serious interest to the country that the people at large should have no lobby and be voiceless in these matters, while great bodies of astute men seek to create an artificial opinion and to overcome the interests of the public for their private profit.
Page 4 - I would be pleased to answer any questions you or any other members of the Committee may have.
Page 31 - ... Textile Fiber Products Identification Act and the Wool Products Labeling Act of 1939 in order to require that imported woven labels must have woven into them the name of the country where woven.
Page 8 - I would like to thank you very much for this opportunity to appear before you and would like to answer any questions that might be forthcoming.
Page 26 - In sum, we conclude that the appropriate decision is to return to the rule of reason that governed vertical restrictions prior to Schwinn . When anticompetitive effects are shown to result from particular vertical restrictions they can be adequately policed under the rule of reason, the standard traditionally applied for the majority of anticompetitive practices challenged under § 1 of the Act.
Page 26 - Continental TV, Inc., et al. v. GTE Sylvania. Inc., 433 US 36 (1977...
Page 7 - I am practicing at the New York City law firm of Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison.
Page 32 - Sess. 259-378 (1976). justice shall reside in the attorney general." But in extraordinary cases, where the conduct of high ranking Executive Branch officials appointed by and serving at the pleasure of the President is involved, a separate mechanism is needed. The Supreme Court, in Humphrey's Executor v. United States. 295 US 602, 629 (1935), stated that, One who holds his office during the pleasure of another, cannot be depended upon to maintain an attitude of independence against the letter's will.
Page 20 - FTC staff provide a copy of the final version to the relevant committees as soon as filing is authorized by the entire Commission).

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