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  5. ... established the FCC Federal Communication Commission as the Central...national origin or sex. Up until this act several agencies had been...

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  6. ... strengthened the act with the Clayton Antitrust Act and the formation of the Federal Trade Commission. In 1920 the U.S. ...

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