The Monopoly Issue in Party Politics

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Concentration of Economic Power as Party Issue

While adoption of strong anti-monopoly platform planks by both the Democratic and Republican parties might be expected to remove the question as an issue in the current presidential campaign, present indications point to a contrary conclusion. Incorporation in the Republican platform, upon the insistence of Senator Borah, of a vigorous declaration against monopolies was followed immediately by an address on the problem by President Roosevelt and by a series of official moves that seemed to signify a ...

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