Application of Planned Behavior Framework in Understanding by Imam Salehudin and Basuki Muhammad Mukhlish

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In the late 1990s the Antitrust Division pursued Microsoft Corporation with the help of Antiunion Policies state attorneys general, signaling the most significant government legal challenge in more than 20 years. Issues of intellectual property complicate modern antitrust designations. Although past antitrust attention focused on exorbitant prices and the reduction of competition, scholars in the twenty-first century are investigating whether high-technology mergers result in less innovation. In the early nineteenth century, Standard Oil Company violated antitrust rules by controlling petroleum transportation, refining, and distribution.

As the era of big business passed and legislative reformers successfully reduced the high tariffs that had protected these businesses, labor unions earned more respect from the government. By the time of the Great Depression, Congress had passed measures such as Section 7a of the National Industrial Recovery Act, allowing unions to picket, strike, and engage in collective bargaining. The Supreme Court declared the entire act unconstitutional, but Congress replaced Section 7a with the Wagner Act, thus ensuring continued protection of union activities.

The Americans continued to combine their political and economic arguments against Britain’s tyranny in the years leading up to the American Revolution. Colonists realized that to improve economically they needed a voice in the political process. The events that led to the Declaration of Independence and the war allowed American patriots to 11 reject an imperial motherland thousands of miles away in favor of developing a political and economic ideology that better suited their needs. Americans fought against Britain to gain control over their own destiny, realizing that political sovereignty would eventually provide economic prosperity.

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