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Corporations Are Not People: Why They Have More Rights Than You Do and What You Can Do About It Paperback – January 9, 2012
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Jeff Clements is a co-founder and General Counsel of Free Speech for People, a national, nonpartisan campaign to strengthen self-government and democracy in America by reversing Citizens United v. FEC and corporate rights doctrines that unduly leverage corporate economic power into political power. Jeff is also founder of Clements Law Office, LLC, and has represented and advocated for people, businesses and the public interest since 1988.
Bill Moyers is an American journalist and public commentator with an extensive involvement with public television, producing documentaries and news journal programs. He has been president of the Schumann Center for Media and Democracy since 1990.
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With clarity and eloquence unexpected in such a treatise, Jeff Clements articulates a positive vision and a practical guide for Tea Partiers and #Occupiers alike to join hands in the most important work that American citizens can take on at this pivotal moment in our common journey. It is an inspiration and an invitation. Read it and you will want to do your part in creating a legacy worth leaving to our progeny.
In 1776, Thomas Paine published his pamphlet Common Sense, which laid out the historical precedents and current sad state of affairs of America, and proposed that we unite in drawing a line and standing together for "the rights of mankind and of the free and independent states of America". That pamphlet inspired a revolution. Two hundred thirty-six years later, almost to the day, Jeffrey Clements published another clarion call for restoring our human rights and the independence of our nation, with a similarly common sense strategy for a second American revolution.
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