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Americans Are Drowning in a Sea of Monopolies

And the pandemic is only going to make it worse.

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Before World War II there were two types of grocery stores, the mom/pop and the chain stores like A&P. With mom and pop stores customers could call in their orders, have purchases delivered, and pay at the end of the month or whenever they had the money. A&P did away with all those expensive services and…




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