This is a "teach the controversy" take on anti-monopoly legislation every bit as dumb as intelligent design vs. evolution.
Just cause I share, doesn't mean I agree. Hubski knows my take pretty well by now, I fins it harder and harder to stomach big business and I'm a pretty big fan of underdogs in many forms. Besides, it's not too uncommon for me to share stuff just for the sake of sharing, no matter what I feel. I mean, I pretty much don't buy one bit of this one. We just had the hottest January on record, Antarctica recently hit 65 degrees, and it feels like half the planet is either literally on fire or dryer than sand, more and more societies are modernizing and consuming more, and an article about "ecological growth" feels like it was written for an audience in the '90s.