For Competition 

A merger of AT&T and T-Mobile is a move toward monopoly.

Editor's note — Last week's Viewpoint by Chuck Thomas III in favor of a merger between communications giants AT&T and T-Mobile drew a heavy response from readers, not all of whom approved. In the interests of full debate of a sensitive and…

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