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Corporations Should Not Claim To Be “Bullied”

"You know corporate personhood has gone too far when companies start complaining about their hurt feelings. The charge of “bullying” was once mainly restricted to [...]

“You know corporate personhood has gone too far when companies start complaining about their hurt feelings. The charge of “bullying” was once mainly restricted to school hallways and playgrounds, but it now pervades grown-up discourse. If the public wants a company or brand to change a practice, it’s bullying. If a union wants a company to raise wages, it’s bullying. Even a customer demanding protection under antidiscrimination law is bullying. But can these social antagonisms be so easily reduced?”

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Publication Date: 28/07/2014
Source: NPR
Author: Nina Totenberg
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Publication Date: 16/04/2015
Source: Al Jazeera
Author: Malcolm Harris