The Neo-Brandeisian Attack on Big Business

There is an increasing belief across the political spectrum that U.S. companies have become too big and powerful. But to the extent firms are big, most bring real value to the economy, including both workers and consumers. As Rob Atkinson and Michael Lind write in National Review, bigger companies provide higher-wage jobs, better workplace benefits, lower prices, stronger environmental protection, and greater workplace diversity, safety, and stability.