Marcia Greenberger

National Women's Law Center

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Co-President of the National Women's Law Center

Marcia Greenberger on KCRW

Corporations have long been considered "persons" under American law, to protect their shareholders from liability when things go wrong.

Corporations, the Right to Religion and Gender Discrimination

Corporations have long been considered "persons" under American law, to protect their shareholders from liability when things go wrong.

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