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which one was developed in 1914. Clayton Antitrust Act Federal Competition Law Federal Trade Commission Sherman Antitrust Act
The Clayton Antitrust Act, was developed in 1914 under President Woodrow Wilson.
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The Clayton Antitrust Act, was developed in 1914 under President Woodrow Wilson.
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