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One of his first big cases, back in the ’50s, helped break RCA’s monopoly on color TV technology. He’s served every attorney general since J. Howard McGrath (reminder: That would be President Harry Truman’s third AG). He’s fought competition battles with carmakers, movie theaters, TV networks and newspaper companies. In other words, he’s probably forgotten more about antitrust law than most people reading this will ever know.

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