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The Bipartisanship America Needs for Confronting Monopoly Power

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The National Press Club, Fourth Estate Room

529 14th Street NW

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The Bipartisanship America Needs: Left-Right Convergence on Confronting Monopoly

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The American Conservative and The American Prospect Present:

The Bipartisanship America Needs: Left-Right Convergence on Confronting Monopoly Power

Democrats and Republicans rarely get together in Washington. On November 14, The American Conservative will team up with The American Prospect to discuss a topic that has gained the attention of both parties: monopoly power. Liberals and conservatives alike share a concern that large sectors of our economy have shifted from the control of the many to the control of the select few, a dynamic which has been described as a harbinger of a second Gilded Age.

Join The American Conservative and The American Prospect for an important discussion about how the left and right can collaborate to confront monopoly power.

The event features FTC Commissioner Rohit Chopra, in conversation with The American Prospect's Executive Editor David Dayen.

Confirmed speakers include:

Rohit Chopra, FTC Commissioner

David Dayen, executive Editor, The American Prospect

Robert Kuttner, co-founder and co-editor The American Prospect

Jim Antle, editor, The American Conservative

Jonathan Tepper, The American Conservative senior fellow and author of The Myth of Capitalism

Phillip Longman, managing editor, Open Markets Institute and author of Best Care Anywhere

Sandeep Vaheesan, legal director, Open Markets Institute

Guy Rolnik , clinical associate professor of strategic management at the Booth School of Business and senior fellow with the Stigler Center.

Alan Tonelson , founder of RealityChek, a public policy blog focusing on economics and national security, and the author of The Race to the Bottom.

Liza Lovdahl Gormsen, director of the Competition Law Forum, British Institute of International and Comparative Law

Light lunch provided.

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