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Have Internet Giants Taken Over Creative Culture?
Washington, D.C.

A closer look at the monopolies that control the economic success of the journalism, music, video, and book industries.

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Trade, War, and China in the 21st Century
Washington, D.C.

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America's Monopoly Problem
Washington, D.C.

We will look at the effects of the rise of these platform monopolists on the ability of Americans to share information with one another.

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Wall Street Over Main Street
Washington, D.C.

Please join us for a conversation about the consequences of financialization.

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Amazon’s Book Monopoly
Washington, DC

Join New America’s Open Markets program for a discussion of Amazon’s book monopoly, and what it means for American readers and democracy.

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Soda Politics
New York, NY

How did products containing such inexpensive ingredients turn into a multibillion dollar industry?

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The New Meat Monopoly: The Animal, The Farmer, and You in the New Age of Global Giants
Washington, D.C.

A generation ago, the business of raising animals for food in America looked much like it had at the Founding - family farms, open and compe

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Big Beer Blitzes America: Is Anheuser-Busch Too Powerful?
Washington, D.C.

<p>Two companies – Anheuser-Busch Inbev and MillerCoors – together control 90 percent of the U.S. beer market. And they still seek more — An

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Is it Time to Re-Regulate America's Broken Airline System?
Washington, D.C.

<p>America's air transport system is losing altitude fast. Even with the economy growing again, airlines continue to slash service. Worse, i

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Are Monopolies Destroying America?
Washington, D.C.

Most of our public debates about globalization, competitiveness, creative destruction, and risky finance are nothing more than a cover

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Trade Imbalance
Washington, D.C.

<p>In the coming months, the U.S. Congress will vote up or down on trade agreements with Colombia, Panama, Peru, and Korea. These elected o

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