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Antitrust & Monopolies

A monopoly — a single agent in a specified area — is judged good or evil by how it obtained its market share: by economic freedom or by political coercion.

Monopolies

A monopoly — a single agent in a specified area — is judged good or evil by how it obtained its market share: by economic freedom or by political coercion.

Antitrust and Economic Freedom

Anti-trust are non-objective laws that punish trusts (business enterprises, corporations) for being successful, i.e., dominant.

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