Mastel crafts a carefully researched look at one of the most controversial issues in international trade: antidumping (AD) laws. After presenting a well-documented history of AD laws in the U.S., he invokes economic analysis to obliterate the arguments against fair trade. I think Mastel could have added significantly to his book by a more in-depth treatment of AD laws' less publicized cousin, countervailing duty (CVD) laws. He mentions CVD laws briefly in his section on subsidies, but the purpose of this section is mainly to illustrate another possible cause of dumping. Perhaps he should write a separate book on subsidies and countervailing measures.... Also, I would have liked a more in-depth discussion of foreign AD/CVD laws. Mastel relegates his discussion of these to an appendix, which may be appropriate considering the scope of his book. Again, maybe a separate book is needed.... Mastel could have added to his book considerably if he had included more of the mathematical computations behind AD margins (perhaps in an appendix). Admittedly, though, this would have hampered the accessibility of the book to non-professionals. Overall, his work is very accessible to any interested reader, and I recommend it especially to students and legal or research assistants embarking on a possible career in international trade.