Corporate personhood


Corporate personhood

Corporate personhood is the notion that corporations are people. This notion has legal value in the USA.

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Thoughts on Corporate Personhood

Corporations are entities formed to exploit the physical and human resources of a community. They provide a means of attracting large amounts of capital to finance large projects. Some are beneficial and some are a detriment to the society that hosts them, but it is not easy to tell which is which because of the myths surrounding their operations. Not the least of these myths is the Supreme Court's decision that corporations are persons.

Thoughts on "Too Big To Fail"

Taming Our Monsters

Dismantling "Too Big To Fail"

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