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    Government School Monopoly May Fall of Its Own Weight - The seeds of liberty were planted in fertile soil in 18th-century America. Since then, the American Experiment has encouraged liberty and prosperity. But it also has been overrun by the vine-like spread of government intervention into fields like education.

    Intel's Sell Out - How Intel betrayed the information community when it caved on bogus anti-trust charges. By the widely respected Cato Institute.

    Government Monopoly - Your government is a kind of monopoly, too, with all the problems of any other monopoly. What should be done about it?

    Why Intel is a Monopoly - A student's analysis of the question of whether Intel is a monopoly.

    School Choice Would Break the Education Monopoly - What are American taxpayers getting for all those dollars spent on public education? Not nearly enough, according to education analysts.

    The Demise of Government Monopoly of Money - Richard Rahn contemplates the barriers to a new form of currency. He examines Nobel laureat Friedrich Hayek's explanation of how monopolization of money by governments is neither necessary or desirable.

    Postmaster General Foresees End to Mail Monopoly - The post office monopoly on delivering letters will fade away but the agency will maintain a secure place in America, former Postmaster General Marvin Runyon predicted.

    Bringing Consumer Choice to Electricity - We all know that the electric power industry is the last surviving monopoly in the United States. But the experiment in government-mandated monopoly production and pricing has ended; it has failed to measure up in each major industry in which it existed. The time has come to bring the electric generation business into the modern economic age, and that means bringing it into a competitive, open, free-market structure.

    Teachers' Organizations Seek to Break Education Union Monopoly - Monopolies are bad, and that includes union monopolies like the one in education...but some organizations are struggling to give teachers more choice.

    Oligopoly, by Robert W. McChesney - A few gigantic mega-corporations own almost all of the popular media sources, giving them control over most of what you can see and hear outside of the Internet.

    GATA and LeMetropole Campaign - Extensive multi-year research has led the Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee (GATA) to the conclusion that the gold market is being overtly manipulated; and that the relationship of available physical gold to outstanding gold loans poses a serious risk to the U.S. and global financial systems.

    The Arthritic Hand of Oligopoly - A few huge corporations control many markets and industries, to the detriment of society. This is an analysis of the problem.

    Are Union Monopolies Bad for Everyone (Except Union Bosses)? - How much do unions help workers? Union membership is shrinking, but some people are calling for unionized technology jobs. Do you need a new middleman in your life? If all monopolies are bad, then why do union bosses get away with theirs?

    Union Corruption: Why It Happens, How to Combat It - Why are so many unions so corrupt? Because laws grant them a monopoly on people's jobs...

    Power Elites & Monopoly Power - This article deals with exploitative monopolies, their causes and cure and with such ideas as laissez-faire economics, monopoly, regulations, and socialism.


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