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Microsoft Associate Justice John Paul Stevens United States Supreme Court Washington DC Dear Judge Stevens I am a freshmen student attending Penn State University I would like to take a moment from your involving world to express my opinion on why Microsoft should not be broken up I feel that the outcome of the verdict will have a ripple affect throughout the economy and can possibly be damaging I know the government must do what is politically right and at best try to follow and obey all laws But there are certain laws that must be broken in order to handle business successfully and efficiently Please take the time to read this letter to hear out my argument As a freshmen student making the transaction to college from high school normally is very difficult Things that seem the same as it did back home makes me feel at ease The posters on the wall and the soft pillows are the small things that remind me of home Even the computers here all run on Microsoft and use the Microsoft software As most of our computers at home did this makes it easy for us to use the computer in the computer labs I am going to try to prove a point on how Microsoft is monopolizing in a good way for everyone except the competing companies Microsoft is not trying to intentionally hurt the other companies only trying to improve life and help the people in society Monopolies are considered to be illegal in the United States because of how it eliminates competition Competition is what gives consumers the advantage of being able to freely choose its suppliers Pointing to the fact that without competition the supplier can have absolute control over the consumers without fearing its competitors for cheaper prices or other substitutes This means the price of a product can be sold for any amount which
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