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The McGuire-Keogh Fair Trade Enabling Act of 1952 declared that exemption of resale price maintenance agreements from antitrust laws as provided under the Miller-Tydings Resale Price Maintenance Act would be extended to non-signer agreements (whereby all dealers are bound to the contract if only one signs) in states that have non-signer clauses in their fair trade statutes.[1]

See also


  1. ^ American Marketing Association. AMA Dictionary.

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