How Corporations Had A 'Hidden' Civil Rights Movement UCLA Law professor Adam Winkler says that in the past 200 years, American businesses have gone to court claiming constitutional rights that were originally intended for people. His new book is 'We the Corporations.' Also, rock critic Ken Tucker reviews Tracey Thorn's 'Record,' and David Bianculli reviews the reboot of the TV series 'Roseanne.'
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How Corporations Had A 'Hidden' Civil Rights Movement

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UCLA Law professor Adam Winkler says that in the past 200 years, American businesses have gone to court claiming constitutional rights that were originally intended for people. His new book is 'We the Corporations.' Also, rock critic Ken Tucker reviews Tracey Thorn's 'Record,' and David Bianculli reviews the reboot of the TV series 'Roseanne.'