WASHINGTON — Testimony ended Thursday on the 76th day of the landmark Microsoft antitrust trial, a courtroom drama that offered a unique look at the nation’s booming high-tech industry and the software giant that dominates it.

The trial’s final witness, economist Richard Schmalensee of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, argued forcefully that the $14 billion Microsoft Corp. isn’t the entrenched monopolist that illegally wields extraordinary influence, as portrayed by the government.

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