chapter  4
71 Pages

The Impact of the Legislation

WithDennis Swann, Denis P. O’brien, W. Peter, J. Maunder, W. Stewart Howe

It is clearly not easy to oblige businessmen to compete if they object to doing so. Those brought up in an environment where restrictive practices were the rule are likely to be more actively concerned with circumventing the intentions of the law than in co-operating in its application. This is especially so when they remain unconvinced that free competition is in the public interest, just as they are sure that it is contrary to their own.