Globe attacks Supreme Court on corporate personhood

This Boston Globe editorial disagrees with the holdings of Citizens United.

The full impact of this week’s decision is hard to predict, for changes in the campaign-finance system play out in unpredictable ways. What’s clear now is that the Supreme Court had a choice between protecting the influence of real individuals and maximizing the influence of abstract entities created by legal fiat. And five justices chose the latter.

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