The Antitrust Bulletin published the article “The Antitrust Revolution: A Microcosm of the Antitrust Enterprise” by AAI President Diana Moss. The Antitrust Revolution, co-edited by John E. Kwoka and Lawrence J. White, is celebrating its 30th anniversary. The volume, first published in 1989 and most recently in 2019, remains the leading comprehensive framework for understanding major developments in antitrust through the economic case study device. In putting the debate over the role of economics in modern antitrust at center stage, The Antitrust Revolution identifies the broader themes that have emerged in antitrust enforcement over the last four decades. The article explores The Antitrust Revolution as a “microcosm” of antitrust, and valuable pedagogical tool, by unpacking the co-editors’ approach to case selection across seven editions. The analysis highlights how The Antitrust Revolution has, in retrospect, identified with remarkable accuracy the major developments and conflicts in antitrust law and economics over a critical period of time in U.S. history.