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David Dayen takes readers on a comprehensive tour of the American economy, revealing “the collections of monopolies encircling our every move.”

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Review of ‘Monopolized’

The economic consequences of pandemics, disasters and recessions during our lifetime will be far-reaching and profound. And as David Dayen explains in his disturbing polemic Monopolized: Life in the Age of Corporate Power, they’ll play out against the insidious trend toward concentrated corporate power.

Blending professional rigor with journalistic flair, Dayen, executive editor of the…

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