A flash in the pan: The brief existence of the Anti-Monopoly Party
, June 2003
While antitrust began in the United States as part of the politics of the nineteenth century populist movement, it has become in modern times a highly specialized conversation among experts that has lost much of its political punch and, indeed the attention or interest of the general public.
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