Major League Baseball, with the encouragement of national Democrats but over the objections of local ones, decided late last week to move the All-Star Game out of the state of Georgia.
That was part of a larger campaign of big corporations feeling pressure to denounce the election administration changes made by Georgia Republicans. And the basic story here is that while senior citizens and non-college whites are overrepresented in American political institutions, they are underrepresented in corporate America where the executives are largely non-elderly college graduates.
National Republicans now want to strike back at Major League Baseball by passing a law that would eliminate its antitrust exemption.1
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