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Episode 28: The End of the Winner-Take-All Era?

Matt Stoller is a former Fellow at the Open Markets Institute, author of Goliath: The 100-Year War Between Monopoly Power and Democracy and the newsletter BIG. He is a former Senior Policy Advisor and Budget Analyst for the Senate Budget Committee and worked in the U.S. House of Representatives on financial services policy. His writing has appeared in The New York Times, Washington Post, The New Republic, Vice and Salon.

Episode Highlights

  • 2:25 Matt’s journey
  • 5:43 Who is Wright Patman?
  • 14:37 How IBM and AT&T opened the road to Silicon Valley
  • 23:26 From Watergate Babies to the Reagan-Thatcher era
  • 29:12 The Microsoft anti-trust case in the 90’s
  • 35:36 State of the world today
  • 44:46 The future of monopolies
  • 52:00 GameStop, RobinHood and Wall Street

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