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Monopoly news and analysis from The Nation
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.
November 12, 2019
Make Antitrust Democratic Again!
The response to the next recession should put economic power back in the hands of the people.
July 16, 2019
Artificial Intelligence Is Failing Humans
When someone’s always watching, we lose our sense of self.
Patricia J. Williams
May 14, 2019
The Energy Industry’s Secret Campaign to Get Us to Build More Power Plants
As the energy market has shifted and stalled, utilities have become masters of deceptive astroturfing scams.
Michael Isaac Stein
February 25, 2019
The Amazon Deal Was Not Brought Down by a Handful of Politicians
It was felled by a robust grassroots coalition.
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February 14, 2019
New York Fights—and Amazon Flees
As the HQ2 deal collapses, the question becomes: Can the city can come up with a better model of economic development?
February 6, 2019
How Corporate Monopolies Are Dragging Down Your Paycheck
If T-Mobile and Sprint merge, it could drive down wages for retail workers by thousands of dollars a year.
November 19, 2018
The Scam at the Heart of New York’s Amazon Deal
New York is struggling with competing housing, education, and transit crises. So why is it giving billions to a voracious mega-monopoly?
November 13, 2018
Tim Wu Goes After the Titans of the New Gilded Age
The Columbia law professor says the economy has been “conquered by inhuman creatures’’—corporations.
November 1, 2018
The Future of Net Neutrality
Internet freedom went from hot-button issue to political sideshow. What happened?