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Corporations Are Not People
". . . that government of the people, by the people, and for the people shall not perish from the Earth."
Monthly Archives: January 2012
Corporations Are Not People makes the Bill Moyers top ten “Must-Read Money-In-Politics Books list! The book also is the feature of this week’s American Constitution Society Book Talk section. Check it out here (and excerpt below). And earlier this week, I … Continue reading
Bill Moyers: What people can do to overturn Citizens United, and control of our government by corporations and the 1%. And in addition to Free Speech for People and Move to Amend, check out all the groups on the sidebar … Continue reading
“We never said corporations are people; we said they are voices, speakers, speech-makers, a class of persons. That’s different.”
My friend Kent Greenfield and I unwittingly found ourselves to have dueling op-eds this weekend. Here’s mine from the Boston Globe, with Congressman Jim McGovern, the lead sponsor of the People’s Rights Amendment. And here’s Greenfield’s piece from the Washington … Continue reading
Katrina vanden Heuvel has a great piece in the Nation this week on the “showdown” as the second anniversary of the notorious Citizens United v. FEC decision approaches. (OK, OK, full disclosure: she says about my book, “This is a … Continue reading
I had a good time talking with Dylan Ratigan about the People’s Rights Amendment, the danger of uncontrolled corporate power, and why we need to take on both problems of “corporate rights” and domination of elections and political spending by … Continue reading
It’s out: Corporations Are Not People, Why they Have More Rights Than You Do and What You Can Do About It
Corporations Are Not People is in stores and available online now. The book tells the true story of how some of the largest corporations in the world organized to take over our American government and Constitution, culminating in 2010 with the 5-4 Supreme … Continue reading