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E5: The Corporate Civil Rights Movement

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American businesses have long been seen as people in the law. This notion is far more embedded in the history of the U.S. than many people realize. America is said to be the land created so that oppressed groups come in order to be free from oppression, but perhaps the truer story is that America was first and foremost an enterprise. In the wake of a new era of civil rights people are demanding their rights and so are corporations. UCLA corporate law historian Adam Wrinkler talks about how corporations came to be people and the impact of their own civil rights movements in his book We The Corporations.


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