ANTITRUST: In Favor of Business

Thomas E. Kauper (pronounced koyper) is a quiet, self-effacing man whose patience has finally reached its limit. Last week, after four years as Assistant Attorney General in charge of antitrust activities, the nation's senior trustbusting job, Kauper resigned and prepared to go home to Ann Arbor, Mich. Beginning in August, he will return to a teaching post at the University of Michigan Law School, from which former Attorney General Richard Kleindienst lured him in mid-1972.

Kauper said no harsh words about the Administration, but it would not be surprising if he had....

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