The uncompetitive nature of corporate capitalism

The very notion of a Competition Commission troubles me, as does the fact that government intervention in the market of this nature is necessary. Nevertheless, I rejoice at seeing this initial step toward restricting even the smallest amount of control that these chains have over the market. Still, I await the implementation of a differential tax on chains as a more efficacious remedy to the consolidation of economic power in the hands of a few oligopolists.

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3 Responses

  1. I found your site on technorati and read a few of your other posts. Keep up the good work. I just added your RSS feed to my Google News Reader. Looking forward to reading more from you.

    Mike Harmon

  2. Corporate collectivism is just as bad as government collectivism. Corporate collectivism also perverts the definition of private property in our public discourse. I think Richard Weaver’s thoughts on this matter as expressed in “Ideas Have Consequences” are on point.

  3. I have not yet had the chance to read Weaver, only recently having really started to read the important figured of conservatism, agrarianism, and the like. However, I wholly agree with and thank you for the input, T.Q. And thanks, Mike, for the kind words!

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