Why were so few violations of the Sherman Antitrust Act brought to court? Businesses did not violate the law once it was in place. Court cases cost too much time and money. The Interstate Commerce Commission knew it could not win. The law was too unpopular with the general public.
Thank you for posting your question here at brainly. Based on the choices provided above the answer is "Businesses did not violate the law once it was in place." The main reason why so few violations of the Sherman Antitrust Act were brought to court was because the government was slightly corrupt, with some people in charge of prosecuting these cases "in bed" with those breaking the law.