Ok- so a corporation is an entity owned by individual shareholders that also exists as a “person” with the right to free speech. As recently determined by the SCOTUS- this free speech can be expressed in the form of very large cash political donations.
So- if corporations are people clearly being owned by other people- then why doesn’t this violate the 13th amendment?
I thought that the “corporations are people too” logic bomb was cooked up by bush inc. around 2000, turns out that this is an older way to separate people from being responsible for their actions in business and the consequences for the citizenry.