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monopoly
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Atlas Shrugged
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  • Why did my plans for my own future have to depend upon the arbitrary opinion of a selfish monopolist? I wasn’t going to stand for that.
  • Otherwise, we’re just encouraging a monopoly.
  • Jim, you will agree, I’m sure, that there’s nothing more destructive than a monopoly.
  • One gang in Washington is yelling that I am expanding too much and something should be done to stop me, because I am becoming a monopoly.
  • "Centralization destroys the blight of monopoly," said Boyle.
  • Just because of the private monopoly of one selfish individual?
  • The Unification Board shall then license the use of such patents and copyrights to all applicants, equally and without discrimination, for the purpose of eliminating monopolistic practices, discarding obsolete products and making the best available to the whole nation.
  • You don’t have a monopoly on truth!
  • That would be monopoly!
  • Boyle did not catch the tone of mockery, and answered earnestly, "It destroys the blight of monopoly.
  • Just look at my balance sheet-and then look at the books of a certain competitor of mine, who’s got all the customers, all the raw materials, all the technical advantages and a monopoly on secret formulas-then tell me who’s the profiteer! . But, of course, the public does need railroads, and perhaps I could manage to absorb a certain raise in rates, if I were to get-it’s just a thought-if I were to get a subsidy to carry me over the next year or two, until I catch my stride and-"

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  • When you have a monopoly you can raise prices.
  • They have no monopoly on intelligence

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