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Book Review: Unequal Protection: The Rise of Corporate Dominance and the Theft of Human Rights

In the Kasky v. Nike case...Nike's claim to free speech rights is predicated on an 1886 [U.S.] Supreme Court case that established "corporate personhood" and extended citizens' rights to corporations. However, the [U.S.] Supreme Court justices' 1886 decision did not, in fact, establish corporate personhood, according to author Thom Hartmann.

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