15 August 2021 Brilliant lawyer Lina Khan, US Federal Trade Commission

Kiran Stacey in The Financial Times, 10 August 2021, “. . . many progressives think the FTC (Federal Trade Commission) has failed its core mission. They point to the existence of giant US technology companies such as Google, Facebook and Amazon and argue that monopolies have once more been allowed to take over the US economy. The antitrust movement’s figurehead is Elizabeth Warren, the US senator and one-time presidential candidate. But perhaps its most influential member is now Lina Khan, a 32-year-old academic whom Joe Biden has appointed to revolutionaise the FTC and return it to its trustbusting origins.” click here – FT subscriber site]