Unequal Protection: The rise of corporate dominance and theft of human rights
by Thom Hartmann

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SPECIAL FEATURE
This special features covers the book "Unequal Protection", by Thom Hartmann

FEATURE INDEX
Introduction to Unequal Protection

Reviews & Commentaries

Summary of the book

Historical Documents

Chapter excerpts

Introduction to Unequal Protection
and an overview of corporate personhood.

The Boston Tea Party Revealed
America's first revolt against transnational corporate power.

What Was Jefferson's Dream?
And why did he oppose "corporate monopolies"?

The Theft of Human Rights
The deciding moment in American history.

Reclaiming the Global Dream
Is democracy still possible in America and the world?

Parenthood and its impacts

Presidents and others - and what they have to say about corporations

Articles, ruminations and information

A collection of links - lots of interesting places to explore

A Resolution abolishing Corporate Personhood - which you can pass to educate your local community

Ordinances & Constitution - State by state

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