The two manuscripts here reproduced belong to the two extremes of Marshall's scientific career. They support similar views, and show that the general drift of the two notes proceeds from the same assumption: that competition is a multifaceted force, which, all things considered, does more good than harm. The introduction also shows how deeply rooted and persistent was Marshall's preference for a broad non-technical conception of competition. Competition is an evolutionary force with its failures and the need to work out well-conceived remedies.
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