Corporations Have No Consitutional Rights
by James Jaeger

"Without a doubt all the founders believed that Corporations did not have constitutional rights, there was not even a serious minority dissent for this view from the Founding Fathers."

Thanks, Johnny. Coming from an attorney, that adds some good credence to Jack Rooney and my arguments on this subject that indeed the Founding Fathers intended for PEOPLE to have Constitutional rights and not artificial entities, such as corporations? Thanks for the source references, such being:

  1. The First Amendment
  2. The Minutes of Constitutional Convention
  3. Blackstone's Commentaries on the Common Law
  4. The Federalist Papers

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