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Why We Have To Break Up Amazon

Isaiah J. Poole of The Democracy Collaborative writes for Common Dreams on “Why We Have To Break Up Amazon.”  

It is the kind of inquiry that people like Stacy Mitchell, the director of the Institute for Local Self-Reliance, has been pushing for. In an interview this week for The Next System Podcast, a project of the Democracy Collaborative, Mitchell explained that Amazon is to the 21st century what railroads were to the late 19th century. Amazon’s third-party reseller program underscores the parallel.

 

 

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Publication date: 2018-09-20
Parent publication: Common Dreams
Publication URL: Why We Have To Break Up Amazon

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