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Paula Gordon & Bill Russell: Interviews and Coversations with People from the Leading Edge

The People’s Business Isn’t Business

Paula Gordon, Huffington Post 11/02/2014 04:17 am ET Updated Jan 01, 2015

The conflict between people and corporations is not inevitable. Actually, it’s stupid. This conflict is the result of overreach by (some) large corporations and the Republican Party.

This conflict is now so threatening because of the power given to corporations by a series of misguided Supreme Court decisions. Those decisions have bestowed on corporations and the rich the power to use their massive and concentrated wealth to undermine our Constitution, pervert our laws and enfeeble our people. That is a genuine, lethal threat to our collective well-being. And, a mortal threat to the American experiment.

Robert Monks: Corpocracy

In his 2007 book, Corpocracy, Bob Monks presents a clear and strong case for making corporations accountable and responsible. The Supreme Court’s 2010 “Citizens United” decision unleashed an unprecedented flood of corporate money on the American political system.


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