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The purpose of this annotated bibliography is to assist students, researchers, legal scholars, and business persons in locating information about the United States Federal Trade Commission published in selected scholarly journals, books, and websites. The book is divided into four chapters, each reflecting the major functions and regulatory responsibilities of the FTC. Chapter one, ""Consumer Protection,"" annotates books and journal articles that analyze the Commission's role in protecting the consumer from various forms of unfair business practices. Chapter two, ""Antitrust Law Compliance,"" presents books and journal articles that examine the FTC's antitrust enforcement authority. Chapter three, ""Administrative Law and Procedure,"" contains items that focus on the administrative law and regulatory procedures of the FTC. Chapter four, ""Trade Regulation and Rulemaking Authority,"" annotates materials related to the FTC's rulemaking authority and promulgation of trade regulation rules.;The guide includes five appendices: an annotated list of useful Internet sites associated with the FTC and its activities; a brief description of the history of the FTC; a glossary of key terminology commonly found in the literature about the Commission; a list of regional offices; and the text of the FTC Act. The book also includes an author/editor index, a case index, and a subject index.