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Markets Should Guide Mergers, not Politicians and Bureaucrats

Last year, I explained the theoretical argument against antitrust laws, pointing out that monopoly power generally exists only when government intervenes. There’s monopoly power when government takes over a sector of the economy (i.e., air traffic control, Postal Service, Social Security, etc). There’s monopoly power when government prohibits or restricts competition in a sector of […]

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Antitrust Laws and the Incredible Bread Machine

The libertarian message of limited government generally is not warmly received in Washington because politicians, bureaucrats, cronyists, lobbyists, contractors, and other insiders profit from the status quo. The D.C. area is now the richest region of the country, filled with folks who gladly support higher taxes because they realize that “They may send an additional […]

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