The Ideas page

This is where we place ideas and concepts which have the potential to reimagine the way we see selected policy and legislative issues. We seek to do this by viewing the subject from different, or unconventional lenses. Each piece is meant to serve as a starting point to open wider discussion and welcome the uninitiated. 

Competition law for all

Competition law is meant to promote free and fair competition in markets and traces its origins to worker and agriculturalist rebellions in the early 1900s. Where can we situate competition law in the context of our democracy, why is it important, and what role can people play in strengthening it? 

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