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In Part 1 of this two-part series, we look at how others have reviewed The Tyranny of Big Tech by Senator Josh Hawley. Here we will highlight what makes the book worth reading.
Before we go further, however, I want to make a quick observation. Of the reviews we considered in Part 1, In New Book, Josh Hawley Takes On The Tyranny Of Big Tech (thefederalist.com) provides the most accurate review. Therefore, if you have doubts about reading the book, I suggest you read that review.
So, what is the focus of this and the remaining posts in this series? I will highlight some of the ideas in the book that struck me as most interesting.
What is Corporate Liberalism?
I was a bit surprised when Hawley used Corporate Liberalism as his preferred label for Big Tech advocates. What…
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“The term emphasizes the connection between Establishment politicians and corporate America. When people see and understand that connection, they don’t like it.”
3 cheers for this, Tom. We call that lots of things like, crony capitalism.
Crony Capitalism has been my favorite expression, but Corporate Liberalism emphasizes the type of rights that Democrats promise. These rights really just add up to the “right” to be exploited by big and greedy business barons.