Democrats Must Become the Party of Freedom

Barry Lynn wrote in Washington Monthly about what the Democrats ought to do after Trump's election: re-embrace anti-monopoly.

Amazon's Antitrust Paradox

Lina Khan wrote for the Yale Law Journal about Amazon and what the company's dominance says about U.S. antitrust law

Democrats Need to Slow Uber's Roll

Matt Stoller wrote for Albany Times Union about why New York City and state officials should break up Uber's ride-sharing monopoly.

Trump Could Be the Most Corruptible President Ever

Zephyr Teachout wrote in Politico about President-elect Donald Trump and his potential conflicts of interest.

Is Trump a working-class hero or a CEO's best friend? Resolving the contradiction at the heart of Trumponomics

Matt Stoller wrote for the Daily News about Trump's economic vision.

How to Really Save Jobs in the Heartland

Brian S. Feldman wrote for the Washington Monthly about how to bring jobs back to the Midwest.

An Unpredictable Upcoming Matchup: Donald Trump vs. Big Business

Kevin Carty wrote for the Atlantic about anti-monopoly policy under the Trump Administration.

How to Make Conservatism Great Again

Phillip Longman wrote for the Washington Monthly about how antitrust activism could help Republicans reclaim their party.

How Democrats Killed Their Populist Soul

Matthew Stoller wrote a piece in The Atlantic about Post-Watergate Democrats and economic populism.

Will Uber Rouse the Trustbusters?

Kevin Carty wrote in Slate about the antitrust implication of Uber and Didi-Chuxing's recent deal in China.

Populism with a Brain

Barry C. Lynn and Phillip Longman wrote in The Washington Monthly about the true tradition of Populism in the United States.

Monsanto-Bayer Mega-Deal a Nightmare for America?

Leah Douglas wrote for CNN about the likely negative effects of the Monsanto-Bayer merger on consumers, farmers, and the food system.