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Corporations Are Not People: Why They Have More Rights Than You Do and What You Can Do About It | [Jeffrey D. Clements]

Corporations Are Not People: Why They Have More Rights Than You Do and What You Can Do About It

This is the first practical guide for every citizen on the problem of corporate personhood and the tools we have to overturn it. Jeff Clements explains why the Citizen's United case is the final win in a campaign for corporate domination of the state that began in the 1970s under Richard Nixon. The book's ultimate goal is to give every citizen the tools and talking points to overturn corporate personhood - state by state and community by community.
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This is the first practical guide for every citizen on the problem of corporate personhood and the tools we have to overturn it. Jeff Clements explains why the Citizen's United case is the final win in a campaign for corporate domination of the state that began in the 1970s under Richard Nixon. More than this, Clements shows how unfettered corporate rights will impact public health, energy policy, the environment, and the justice system.

Where Thom Hartmann's Unequal Protection provides a much-needed detailed legal history of corporate personhood, Corporations Are Not People answers the question: "What does Citizens United mean to me?" And, even more important, it provides a solution: a Constitutional amendment, included in the book, which would reverse Citizens United. The book's ultimate goal is to give every citizen the tools and talking points to overturn corporate personhood, state by state, community by community, with petitions, house-party kits, draft letters, shareholder resolutions, and much more.

©2012 Jeffrey D. Clements (P)2012 Audible, Inc.

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