Kent Greenfield is a fertile source for this blog. He is a law professor who teaches corporate law from a progressive perspective. His books are gems, but for this post I wanted to call your attention to his January WASHINGTON MONTHLY argument that leftists are confused when they intone almost universal contempt for “corporate personhood.“
I had to read it twice. How could Elizabeth Warren, Move On, Common Cause, Ralph Nader, and Barack Obama been so blind to the potential regulatory efficacy of supporting corporate personhood, albeit with a different purpose in mind than personhood’s primary boosters?