Antitrust

Antitrust And Labor Movements Return to Their Roots

While modern antitrust reformers are preoccupied with the amount of competition, Progressive-Era activists argued that the quality of competition mattered too. Two new bills harken back to that time.

By Brian Callaci

Pass Corporate Chartering Power to Washington

Historically, it's states that charter corporations. Shifting that to the feds could democratize our economy.

By Daniel A. Hanley

Building Back Better (Than Expected)

An update on the hits and misses—fortunately, with many more of the former than the latter— of Joe Biden's recent slate of appointments.

By Jeff Hauser David Segal

Spanning the Digital Divide

Connecting all of America to the twenty-first century communications pipeline requires tackling two challenges: accessibility and affordability.

By Ron Wyden

Imagining a Democratic Amazon

While the company is performing essential functions, its unaccountable and exceptional power are unacceptable in a society committed to democratic ideals.

By Sandeep Vaheesan