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The Socialist Myth of Economic Monopoly

By Alhadeff, Iakovos

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Title: The Socialist Myth of Economic Monopoly  
Author: Alhadeff, Iakovos
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Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Social Sciences, Economis
Collections: Politics, Economics, Authors Community, Economy, Social Sciences, Commerce, Sociology, Finance, Literature, Most Popular Books in China, Language, Government, Political Science
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Publication Date:
2014
Publisher: Iakovos Alhadeff
Member Page: iakovos alhadeff

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Alhadeff, I. (2014). The Socialist Myth of Economic Monopoly. Retrieved from http://www.worldlibrary.org/


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This essay is a common sense approach to the issue of economic monopolies, written for the general reader with no knowledge of economics. I clearly explain why monopolies are always the result of government regulation and not as socialists claim the result of the free market. I have postgraduate studies in economics, but I am not a specialist on the subject, and this essay represents the knowledge I gathered in an attempt to answer my own questions. English is not my first language and you should be ready to excuse my syntax.

 

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