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Corporations Are Not People: Reclaiming Democracy from Big Money and Global Corporations Paperback – August 18, 2014
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“The new, updated edition of Corporations Are Not People is needed now more than ever. Americans are deeply troubled by the growing influence of corporations and big money in our political discourse and government. Read this book, and join the work to save our democracy.”
—Congressman Jim McGovern, lead sponsor of constitutional amendments to overturn Citizens United
“More relevant than ever, this updated edition of Corporations Are Not People chronicles the remarkably vibrant, nationwide grassroots movement to ‘get money out and voters in.’”
—Katrina vanden Heuvel, Editor and Publisher, The Nation
“Jeff Clements, in this remarkably clear-eyed historical and contemporary analysis of stifling corporate supremacy, shows how ‘we the people’ can make ‘a more perfect union’ by subordinating giant corporate entities to the constitutional sovereignty of the people.”
This vital update of the first accessible book on the Citizens United Supreme Court ruling―in which the court decided that corporations, as virtual persons, have the same free speech rights as you or I―adds shocking information on the most recent consequences of the ruling, as well as detailing widespread efforts to fight back.
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My only s disagreement with Clements is my skepticism of his proposed constitutional amendment to overturn Citizens United. Electing politicians who will appoint judges that will overturn it is a more practical and realistic approach. Nevertheless, I strongly recommend this book.