Wed. 8/4: If life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness are the inalienable rights of the American people, why does "corporate personhood" consistently override the legal rights of citizens?
Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness have long been held as the inalienable rights of the American people. Then why is it that "corporate personhood" consistently overrides the legal rights of citizens? And what about the rights of nature? Do rivers, mountains, whales - or ecosystems - have inalienable rights that guarantee their interests?
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