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|Description:||xv, 283 p. ill. ; 25 cm.|
|Contents:||The reserve clause --
The baseball trust --
The Supreme Court steps in --
The birth of the antitrust exemption --
Baseball becomes unique --
A political football --
Three months of state antitrust law --
The Curt Flood case --
The end of the reserve clause --
A shrunken exemption.
"Splendid...a valuable corrective to the widely held view that the romance of baseball was the main reason that courts have treated it with special solicitude....Mr. Banner, who teaches law at the