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22 Notre Dame L. 135 (1946-1947)


United States v. Carbone et al. raises an important question as to the meaning and scope of Sec. 1 of the Act of June 13, 1934, commonly known as the Kickback Act, making it unlawful to prevent any person employed in government construction and repair from receiving the full compensation to which he is entitled.


Reprinted with permission of Notre Dame Law Review (previously Notre Dame Lawyer).



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