Ateljé 25 by Waldemarson Berglund Arkitekter | This archetypal Swedish building form, shaped like a Monopoly house, serves as an artist’s studio, with a simple plywood interior and massive skylights to let in natural sunlight.
Most of America's economic and political problems arise from extreme consolidation which we have seen happen to many insurance companies. These companies are now becoming growing monopolies and the main driver of equality. History looks at other natural monopoly networks and it shows that the public must regulate their actions for efficient markets.
A big problem with Universal healthcare results from most insurance companies being natural monopolies. Mostly because of geography, the conditions of people in the area, and consolidations. This kind of consolidation leads to emergence of a monopoly as competition decreases.
College bookstores have always held a natural monopoly in the sense that they were the only competitors in the area that provided books to students, forcing students to have to purchase their books at any price. But today in the 21st century, the Internet is bringing in more competition with Amazon, thus driving prices lower for students. Some bookstore CEO praises the new competition.