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Saturday, June 24, 2017

Obamacare and the loss of competition: Aren’t Democrats Supposed to Hate Monopolies?


By Freedom Works, June 23, 2017

Democrats have long railed against monopolistic practices in the market place. Indeed the bedrock of the early progressive movement was busting up monopolies and taking big businesses to court. Few political movements have done battle with well-established business interests as effectively as the early progressives.

Even modern democrats pay lip service to taking on monopolies and big business. The 2016 Democratic National platform was arguably the most anti-monopolistic platform of a major political party in recent American history.


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