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April 19, 2021
Representative Mark Pocan on Amazon and ‘the Arrogance of Corporations That Get Too Big’
The Wisconsin representative whom Amazon attacked talks about the company’s self-serving apology, the Bessemer union vote, and the PRO Act.
January 13, 2021
Tech Giants Can’t Be Trusted to Police Speech
The job of regulating incendiary discourse belongs to democratically elected governments, not powerful private interests.
January 12, 2021
Letters From the January 25/February 1, 2021, Issue
Better to tax… Nuclear options… Power gridlock… An ailing system… The progressive future…
January 4, 2021
How Biden Can Break the Stranglehold of Amazon and Other Monopolies
The incoming president can take numerous steps to trim the tentacles of today’s monopolistic companies, which reach into every corner of American life.
November 30, 2020
How Monopolies Have Taken Over Our Everyday Lives
Once you put on your “monopoly decoder ring,” David Dayen writes in his new book, you start to see how monopolies influence almost every part of American society.
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November 18, 2020
Why the Left Should Ally With Small Business
It will strengthen labor and help fight the increasing concentration of corporate power.
Susan R. Holmberg
October 13, 2020
A Strong Step Toward an Antitrust Revival
Taking on technology’s Big Four isn’t for the faint of heart.
Katrina vanden Heuvel
June 26, 2020
How Amazon Used the Pandemic to Amass More Monopoly Power
When Congress finally forces Jeff Bezos to testify, they should ask him why Amazon put market dominance ahead of customer satisfaction.
February 11, 2020
Letters From the February 24, 2020, Issue
Competing theories… A serious misconception (
January 21, 2020
Is Anti-Monopolism Enough?
, Matt Stoller argues that US history has been defined by a struggle between monopoly and democracy, but to understand inequality today requires engaging with questions of class and labor that he and other anti-monopolists tend to ignore.