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I mentioned earlier that the U.S. Court of Appeals in
Washington--the one that will probably get the last word on whether
Microsoft has violated the consent decree --is controlled by Reagan/Bush
judges who've never met a monopoly they didn't like.
How about the judge who is now hearing the case, Thomas Penfield
Jackson? His biography says, "Appointed in 1982 by President Reagan...
Republican Precinct Chairman, Montgomery County, Md. (1966-72."
Bill's odds of winning the first round are thus high. In Round #2,
they're 100%; the fight's rigged.
Charles Mueller, Editor
ANTITRUST LAW & ECONOMICS REVIEW