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The Music Monopolists

Thinking outside the antitrust box

A turntable with a caricature of Teddy Roosevelt as a trustbuster, standing on the tonearm, wielding his ‘big stick.’

Writing in Wired, Institute for Local Self-Reliance (ILSR) researcher and anti-monopolist Ron Knox gives a thorough, important account of how music industry monopolization resulted in declining revenue for artists, even as the industry itself has reaped greater profits.

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