By John Stossel
Established businesses, like Facebook, use government to limit competition.
Once, Microsoft had zero lobbyists. The company focused on innovating.
Microsoft in the early 1990s was the largest company in the world. Incredibly successful … They had no presence in Washington DC. Not a single lawyer,” Yaron Brook of the Ayn Rand Institute tells John Stossel.
But things changed.
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