Virgil: Protecting American Sovereignty Against Big Tech’s Globalist Corporate Power

Here, the People Rule—At Least That’s The Way It’s Supposed To Be

In Part One of this series, we looked back at the presidency of Theodore Roosevelt, who was largely responsible for the anti-trust case against Standard Oil, which culminated in the 1911 breakup of that monopolistic company.  In so doing, TR set the pattern: The sovereignty of the American people would never be subverted by corporate control—at least, that’s what he hoped.

In fact, through most of the 20th century, the Rooseveltian trust-busters were vigilant, across the spectrum of the economy. 

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