Censoring Of A Free Nation Essay

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Censoring Of A Free Nation

Does the American public enjoy paying exorbitant rates for gasoline? Airplane Tickets?
Food? The truth is that no one enjoys paying these grossly inflated prices just to line
the pockets of money- hungry capitalists. The United States government, in an effort to
control the industrialists, has created laws that contribute to the very thing they are
trying to control. The nation's main concern should be to help the "working man," 85% of
the nation, by not controlling the corporations that supply them with the products they
desire, but by controlling the prices at which these items are sold. The current
anti-trust laws are doing this very thing. The U.S. government is forbidding the American
people from choosing who and what they want to spend their hard earned money on. With the
creation of monopolies lies the future of this country, not the downfall as many Americans
are led to believe. The people of this wonderful nation, this Free nation, should demand
the immediate revocation of the current anti-trust regulations.

Many people are of the opinion that ungoverned capitalism will lead to the downfall of
American society, from an economic standpoint. This viewpoint, while based on a very true
precedent, is merely a projection of falsified ideals from an ill-informed public. The
very laws that you feel are protecting you are actually destroying your right of choice.
Yes, everyday the American people buy a corporation's product and consequently show they
believe that product, or corporation, to be superior to the competition. It is with this
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