The FTC's Incoherent Crusade Against Amazon

For the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to take a drastic action like launching a landmark lawsuit demanding that a major U.S. business sell off some of its assets, you would hope that the agency would have an ironclad case, complete with well-documented violations of the law and clear harm to consumers. Unfortunately, the FTC’s suit against Amazon is just more of what consumers have come to expect from FTC chair Lina Khan — a hollow crusade underpinned by little more than bafflement that others do not find “big equals bad” to be a convincing legal theory.

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