A shareholder solution to ‘Citizens United’

By Jamie D. Raskin Washington Post The Senate’s failure to advance a constitutional amendment to reverseCitizens United leaves campaign finance reform stranded, even thoughmost citizens want to stop corporate chief executives from spending their companies’ cash in political races. Meanwhile, the Supreme Court’s 5 to 4 decision from 2010 has turned every corporate treasury in the United...

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The Imperative of Revolt

Resistance will begin locally with communities organizing to form autonomous groups that practice direct democracy outside the formal power structures, including the two main political parties. These groups will have to address issues such as food security, education, local governance, economic cooperation and consumption. And they will have to sever...

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