No, it is biased. As a socialist, I find it hard to answer without being pushed to the right. One example was a question saying something like "Should the state run the economy?" (or something like that). Now, any socialist with his head working well would instantly answer "no", but that pushes you to the right-wing. I already mentioned this earlier.
You believe this? So, by this assertion, the giant monopolies that appeared at the end of the 19th Century were all made by the states of the developed world, despite the fact that classical liberalism, which says that the state shouldn't intervene in the economy, was mainstream at the time? And so did the oligarchies and cartels that weren't uncommon at the time? I'm pretty sure that monopolies like Standard Oil were created out of technological advantages that skyrocketed their production, allowing them to buy smaller competitors and increase their profits even more, not by state intervention.