Anti-Monopoly

Analysis of Potential Party Name

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History

Established in 1884, but later replaced by the Greenback Party.¬†Newton Booth was elected to the California senate (1875-1881) as an Anti-Monopoly candidate and Benjamin Shively to the US Congress from¬†Indiana’s 13th district (1883-1885). Benjamin Butler was nominated to run for president in 1884 and received 175,350 votes.

MERITS

Breaking up Monopolies in the United States at this time is essential for putting an end to the plutocracy we’ve become.

DRAWBACKS

Outside of its already having been used, restoration of representative government and rule by the people will require far more than the break up of monopolies.

Author: jamescarvin

Presidential candidate 2016, Restoration Party founder, Inventor, Entrepreneur. James has two college age children, works two full time jobs, cares for the disabled and writes in his spare time. Donations are welcome.