CORPORATIONS ARE PEOPLE TOO (AND THEY SHOULD ACT LIKE IT)
With an analysis sure to challenge the assumptions of both progressives and conservatives, Greenfield explores corporations' claims to constitutional rights and the foundational conflicts about their obligations in society, and concludes that a blanket opposition to corporate personhood is misguided.
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