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- v. Present participle of cartelize.
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Are there issues with cartelizing the marketing of food grains?
And the NRA was never reenacted, though the New Deal-era Congress did go on to pass a number of ill-conceived laws cartelizing individual sectors of the economy.
Not only do we get comparative advantage, but we undercut the cartelizing interests that make for inefficiencies in our own economy.
Why do the two major parties have such overwhelming control that they can get away with cartelizing behavior and suffer no electoral consequences?
What Kinsella is calling for instead of this cartelizing system is nothing more or less than a pure free market, which he argues would not generate anything resembling what we call intellectual property today.
They are insisting the big players, A group companies, to increase the price and jointly they are making the upwards of cartelizing and even before it was happened.
During that time, FDR tried everything to end the crisis: cartelizing industry (the NRA), subsidizing farmers (the AAA), creating make-work projects (the WPA), promoting organized labor (the Wagner Act), and finally, launching the modern welfare state (social security, minimum wage laws, the AFDC).