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elleng

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2. *To Murphy, the issue of corporate concentration runs deeper than just consumer pricing and equitable growth.
Mon Dec 4, 2023, 06:25 PM
Dec 2023

It strikes at the core of why Americans feel powerless about the fate of the country.

People have a palpable, though not always articulable, sense that the most crucial decisions governing their daily lives are now being made far away from their communities in corporate boardrooms, rather than by elected officials in the halls of government or by extension themselves. Many of the country’s morbid symptoms, in Murphy’s estimations, trace back to this friction between the public and their corporate overlords.'

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