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**[https://soundcloud.com/unpartisanpolitics/episode103pt1-moneyinpolitics-historicalbackground Money In Politics Podcast: Historical Background]
 
**[https://soundcloud.com/unpartisanpolitics/episode103pt1-moneyinpolitics-historicalbackground Money In Politics Podcast: Historical Background]
 
***[https://www.unpartisanpolitics.org/shownotes/2019/7/25/unpartisan-politics-episode-103-policies-behind-in-politics Show Notes]
 
***[https://www.unpartisanpolitics.org/shownotes/2019/7/25/unpartisan-politics-episode-103-policies-behind-in-politics Show Notes]
*[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PB81q6-3z0s '''Video: PAY 2 PLAY: Democracy's High Stakes''']
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*[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PB81q6-3z0s '''Video: PAY 2 PLAY: Democracy's High Stakes'''] (1 hour & 29 minutes)
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*[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L6FA8a33iN4 Citizens United vs. FEC: How Did It Happen? - From PAY 2 PLAY http://pay2play.tv] (11 minutes)
  
 
== Adoption of Ideas ==
 
== Adoption of Ideas ==

Revision as of 09:45, 14 January 2020

In a U.S. historical context, the phrase 'Corporate Personhood' refers to the ongoing legal debate over the extent to which rights traditionally associated with natural persons should also be afforded to corporations. (Wikipedia)

Corporate Personhood Wikipedia Article

Protecting People From Corporations

Foreign Ownership of U.S. Corporations

Politics

Adoption of Ideas