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In an electric June 29 speech delivered at the New America Foundation, Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts threw her rising political weight and prestige behind an idea thats been bubbling beneath the surface of the Obama-era Democratic Party for several years: The United States needs a revived and reinvigorated antitrust policy.
The Obama administration itself shares and to some extent has driven, via a Council of Economic Advisers report and some executive actions the analysis that the American economy suffers from a shortfall of competition.
But Obama has focused his energies in two particular areas, aspects of competition policy that dont involve antitrust enforcemen