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a small point: I think it's worth noting that antitrust policy in the U.S. only switched to consumer welfare under the influence of the neoliberals (culminating in Bork)... in the 1920s and 1930s, it's all about competition. You see this in people like Brandeis. I haven't done the work to connect progressive-era antitrust with the ordoliberals, but they are at least on the same page that I understand the ordoliberals to be on (and I agree that it's unfortunate the Foucault doesn't really pursue antitrust in the Biopolitics lectures).

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