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The Appeal: Last Week’s Big Tech Antitrust Hearings Sent An Unmistakable Message – Change is in the Air for America’s Corporate Giants

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August 6, 2020 —Economic Liberties' Executive Director Sarah Miller published a piece in the Appeal about the growing desire to break with the 1970s-era, hands-off antitrust ideology that has caused extreme economic concentration.

American Compass: Big Tech Reveals the Flaw in Citizens United

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August 6, 2020 — On the heels of the House Antitrust Subcomittee’s big tech hearing, Economic Liberties’ Research Director Matt Stoller published a piece in the American Compass that spells out why conservatives should support the break up of big tech monopolies.

Confronting America’s Concentration Crisis: A Ledger of Harms and Framework for Advancing Economic Liberty for All

Anti-Monopoly Policies & Enforcement

August 6, 2020 — Economic Liberties' “Ledger of Harms" compiles research showing the range of ways concentrated corporate power harms families and society and an agenda for breaking this dangerous power.

20+ Groups Commend Antitrust Subcommittee, Outline Next Steps for Curbing Big Tech’s Power


August 6, 2020 —Economic Liberties and 20+ partners sent a letter to House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler and Antitrust Subcommittee Chairman David Cicilline, urging them to recommend structural separations and bright line rules to rein in big tech.

The Atlantic: Boycotts Can’t Be a Test of Moral Purity

Anti-Monopoly Policies & Enforcement

August 3, 2020 — Zephyr Teachout, a member of Economic Liberties’ Steering Committee, explained in The Atlantic why consumer boycotts have little impact on corporate monopolies and why political engagement must be central to the movement to break their power.

In These Times: Workers Blow the Whistle on Mass Death


August 3, 2020 — In an exclusive piece for In These Times, Economic Liberties’ Senior Fellow Moe Tkacik showed how private equity firms like Blackstone are taking over healthcare at the expense of patients and providers.