Benjamin Harrison


What famous anti-trust law did he sign in 1890?

Harrison signed into law the Sherman Antitrust Act of 1890. This important law sought to curb the excesses of big business monopolies. Named after prominent U.S. senator John Sherman, the law is still the most important piece of antitrust legislation in the United States.


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