Robert La Follette Quote

Except for the subserviency of most of the metropolitan newspapers, the great corporate interests would never have ventured upon the impudent, lawless consolidation of business, for the suppression of competition, the control of production, markets and prices.
Except for this monstrous crime, 65 per cent of all the wealth of this country would not now be centralized in the hands of 2 per cent of the people.


"Fooling the People as a Fine Art", La Follette's Magazine (April 1918)

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Except for the subserviency of most of the metropolitan newspapers, the great corporate interests would never have ventured upon the impudent,...