It’s time to bring back the corporate death penalty

Thom plus logo"The prevalence of the corporation in America has led men of this generation to act, at times, as if the privilege of doing business in corporate form were inherent in the citizen, and has led them to accept the evils attendant upon the free and unrestricted use of the corporate mechanism as if these evils were the inescapable price of civilized life, and, hence to be borne with resignation."


- U.S. Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis, 1933 dissent in Liggett v. Lee

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-Thom

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chuckle8 3 years 46 weeks ago
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Thank you Thom for bringing the blog back to life. Also, thanks for the reincarntaion of the daily stack.

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