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Bertrand Russell was an English writer, political activist, and social critic who received the Nobel Prize in literature in 1950. He died in 1970 at the age of ninety-seven.
The modern growth of monopolies in the shape of trusts, cartels, federations of employers and so on has greatly increased the power of the capitalist to levy toll on the community. This tendency will not cease of itself, but only through definite action on the part of those who do not profit by the capitalist regime.