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Monopoly and American Control in Canada

- A Canadian Socialist (anon.)

Abstract


Canada is ridden by monopoly, as it has been since the days when French and English kings parceled out grants to their favorites. Between Confederation (1867) and 1940, industrial monopolies supplanted trading monopolies. Canada progressed toward independence as American and British capital offset each other, while Canadian capital acquired a growing share of the local market and began to expand abroad.

Keywords


Monopoly; Political Economy

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14452/MR-005-02-1953-06_9

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