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The United States government has created many monopolies over the years. These include, but are not limited to, AT&T and Standard Oil. However there is one that we can all see every day- Google. While some of these may have been good idea at their time, most were not and have had adverse effects on our country as a whole. In this blog post, I will discuss how government created monopolies affect our society as well as what they could do better in the future to avoid them from happening again!  The United States government has created many monopolies over the years. These include, but are not limited to, AT&T and Standard Oil. However there is one that we can all see every day- Google. While some of these may have been good idea at their time, most were not and have had adverse effects on our country as a whole. In this blog post, I will discuss how they affect our society as well as what could be done better in the future to avoid them from happening again!  One example of this would be when President Roosevelt famously broke up monopoly trusts like Standard Oil with the Sherman Antitrust Act back in 1890’s because it was creating “unfair competition” for

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