Allocating The Airwaves: Is The Public Getting A Raw Deal?
The government's mid-1980s lottery of airwave slots for cellular-phone systems was something of an embarrassment. It enriched doctors, lawyers, and other well-heeled applicants who won free licenses by the luck of the draw, then turned around and sold them for millions of dollars to businesses that wanted to run cellular systems.
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