There is no need to document the revolution in antitrust that occurred in large part as a result of the rise of the Chicago school of antitrust and the Republicans' 1980 election victory. Now that the Democrats are back in office a natural question arises: Will there be a counterrevolution? What are the chances of significantly more aggressive antitrust in the near future?
Beyond Chicago: Will Activist Antitrust Arise Again?, 39 Antitrust Bull. 1 (1994)