This chapter describes the case of the individual who illegally employs the endocratic corporate form for the immediate purpose of increasing corporate, wealth; conduct shall henceforth be referred to as acquisitive corporate crime. When individuals employ the corporate form in an illegal fashion, the community, acting through its various official agencies, may respond in a variety of ways. The problem of isolating true formulators is even more difficult if what corporate sociologists call the "rule of anticipated reactions" is indeed true. The criminal fine as presently administered against the endocratic corporation guilty of acquisitive crime is thus little more than "a reasonable license fee" for engaging in conduct and may be practically ignored in an analysis of the profit-diminishing effect of sanctions. Since antitrust violations are relatively widespread and since the sanctions imposed are relatively severe, a high degree of generalization and extrapolation may be made from any findings and conclusions concerning the effectiveness of available antitrust sanctions.