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Courage to Learn: Google and Facebook

Anti-Monopoly Policies & EnforcementCourage to LearnTech

January 12, 2021 – “Courage to Learn: Google & Facebook” is a must-read primer about the world's most dangerous duopoly, and includes recommendations for breaking their power.

Business Insider: California’s Prop 22 is going to screw over gig workers for years to come, and the terrible anti-labor could soon be coming to a state near you

Anti-Monopoly Policies & EnforcementState and Local PolicyTech

December 14, 2020 — In an exclusive piece for Business Insider, Economic Liberties’ Director of State and Local Policy Pat Garafolo explained how corporate power hurts workers people and why federal agencies must act.

The Guardian: The US government wants to break up Facebook. Good – it’s long overdue

Anti-Monopoly Policies & EnforcementTech

December 10, 2020 — In an exclusive for The Guardian, Economic Liberties’ Matt Stoller and ILSR’s Shaoul Sussman explain the case against Facebook, and why policymakers must embrace America’s antimonopoly tradition

The American Prospect: The China Hack and How to Reverse It

Anti-Monopoly Policies & EnforcementCOVID-19 EconomyFinance

December 9, 2020 — The American Prospect featured an op-ed by Economic Liberties’ National Security Advisor Lucas Kunce that explains how and why policymakers must act to address China’s increasing stranglehold on the American economy.

Forge Organizing: Organizing Strategies to Fight Corporate Power

Anti-Monopoly Policies & EnforcementFinance

December 8, 2020 — In Forge Organizing, Economic Liberties’ Senior Advisor Morgan Harper outlined the tools for reigning in concentrated corporate power and explained why they are essential to establishing economic opportunity.

Foreign Affairs: Monopoly Versus Democracy

Anti-Monopoly Policies & EnforcementFinance

December 8, 2020 — Economic Liberties’ Steering Committee member Zephyr Teachout outlined in Foreign Affairs an agenda for tackling the new Gilded Age and breaking the dangerous political and economic power hoarded by corporate monopolies.