Capitalism v. democracy : money in politics and the free market constitution. --
Imp / Ed.:
Stanford, CA, Estados Unidos : Stanford Law Books, an imprint of Stanford University Press, c2014.
xiii, 360 p. ; 24 cm.
Preface. -- I. The question raised by America's design. -- II. Free market democracy. -- III. Corporations speak. -- IV. Consumer sovereignty. -- V. Why capitalism governs democracy. -- VI. Plutocracy. -- VII. Capitalism and democracy reconciled. -- Notes. -- Bibliography. -- Index. --
Tomado de Amazon: "Capitalism v. Democracy offers the key to understanding why corporations are now citizens, money is political speech, limits on corporate spending are a form of censorship, democracy is a free market, and political equality and democratic integrity are unconstitutional constraints on money in politics. Supreme Court opinions have dictated these conditions in the name of the Constitution, as though the Constitution itself required the privatization of democracy. Kuhner explores the reasons behind these opinions, reveals that they form a blueprint for free market democracy, and demonstrates that this design corrupts both politics and markets. He argues that nothing short of a constitutional amendment can set the necessary boundaries between capitalism and democracy."
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