monopoly of any part

monopoly of any part
An expression of the Federal Antitrust Act; a monopoly of any part of interstate or foreign trade or commerce. Lorain Journal Co. v United States, 342 US 143, 96 L Ed 162, 72 S Ct 181; United States v Paramount Pictures, 334 US 131, 92 L Ed 1260, 68 S Ct 915.

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