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Discussion in 'Controversial Topics' started by lotuseclat79, Dec 8, 2011.

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  1. lotuseclat79

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    Channeling corporate cash and asset reserves into job creation.

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    While an interesting read, and exposure of the recent history of corporate personhood, which I consider an abomination, to truly understand this problem, from it roots, you need the information found in "Unequal Protection" by Thom Hartmann, which goes back to the original Supreme Court finding of corporate personhood in the 1800's. A truly enlightening read.

    http://www.reclaimdemocracy.org/book_review/unequal_protection_hartmann.html
     
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    Corporate Personhood is a disgusting concept. How is that democratic?
     
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    For reasons of "economy", I've merged the two original threads into this one, named "corporate issues".

    On the one hand, individual aspects may well deserve specific form of address. But where they are specifically linked to a certain body or entity and can find coverage that way, we need to keep the inflation of the forum down.

    Were we to comment on the consequences of, say, BP's drilling methods, there's really no need to have a thread on both the drill core and the safety valves each.

    For instance :)
     
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    Moyers: Why 'We The People' Must Triumph Over Corporate Power.

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