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- n. The act of monopolizing or the state of being monopolized
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act or process of monopolizing. Also spelled monopolisation.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. domination (of a market or commodity) to the exclusion of others
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Instead, as foreign governments challenge them with vague "monopolization" claims, the U.S. government appears to be mute.
In his text, Simpson addresses some of the most common claims of market failure, examining issues such as monopolization, externalities, environmentalism, and public goods, just to name
Federal and state antitrust laws generally forbid any "monopolization" of commerce.
I have absolutely no problem with these small entities networking to resist market-annihlation and monopolization by monolithic entites such as Wal-Mart.
A critical mass of research reveals that genetically engineered crops, now covering almost 40% of U.S. cropland (173 million acres of GM crops) and 10% of global farm acreage (321 million acres), pollute the environment, kill essential soil micro-organisms, generate superweeds and pests, decrease biodiversity, aid and abet seed monopolization, encourage massive use of toxic pesticides and chemical fertilizer, spew out massive amounts of climate-destabilizing greenhouse gases, and seriously damage animal and human health.
The real issue is that the de-monopolization of US telecommunications that began with the AT&T divestiture, and that reached its apotheosis in the great Internet bubble, must now be regarded by the current administration as a complete failure.
Thus, the basis of the state, at its most core level is monopolization of violence, of the basic abilities to coerce.
At some point, the dead weight loss associated with monopolization outweighs whatever increase in utility results from creation of additional content.
But we're seeing monopolization and increasing prices.
Over 60% of the country wants some type of health care reform to prevent private health insurance abuses and monopolization of the market. therefore, your assertion claiming "Americans" feel a certain way, in the way stated ..... is merely a minority.