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Re: Allocation of IP Addresses
- From: Perry E. Metzger
- Date: Fri Mar 15 01:33:02 1996
Barry Shein writes:
> From: "Perry E. Metzger" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> >Monopolies are a chimera, a myth. Almost all monopolies that last for
> >more than a couple of years have been the result of government
> >regulation preventing market entry -- AT&T being a shining
> It is disingenuous to claim that monopolies are a myth merely because
> they haven't existed in recent history.
I'm arguing that they haven't ever really existed, except with
government intervention to create them.
Pick a point where you claim they have existed and an example or two
of a lasting monopoly and we can talk.
> Would you claim there have been no anti-monopoly or anti-trust actions
> ever (successfully) prosecuted under Taft-Hartley?
Would you claim that there have never been successful prosecutions for