Roosevelt and the Trusts

The caption reads:

NO OCCASION FOR GENERAL ALARM

President Roosevelt: "Don't be afraid, gentlemen: he will hurt only the crooks."
  The original cartoon was in the Utica, N.Y. Saturday Globe.

This cartoon makes the point that
T.R. believed it possible
to disguish between "good" and "bad" trusts, proper and improper
behavior, based in expertly gathered evidence, in applying the antitrust law.

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