U.S. Politics/Size of Business

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Should there be any legal limits on the size of business or organizations in the U.S.?

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Sam,

The long answer could consume a university semester.  The short answer is no, but with current anti-trust legislation in place.  The reason why a business organization should not be limited in scope and size remains so as not to chill entrepreneurial drive and desire.  Free enterprise is and should remain an American cultural hallmark of our Civilization.  

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