Passed by the U.S. Congress in 1914, it is an amendment that adds weight to competition in U.S. businesses by discouraging monopolies. This act prohibited price discrimination, price fixing, and exclusive sales contracts. The act also made peaceful strikes and boycotts against companies lawful.
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