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...“Corporate and investor calculations about energy production will differ if the cost of coal does not include the cost of preventing the destruction of what belongs to other people-water, air, mountains, and valleys, not to mention fish ponds and house foundations. American do not make enough money, since wages for most people have been flat for thirty years.
Chapter six is called ‘Corporations Can’t Love.’ Corporations do not have voices or any rights. Corporations do not love anything and go on and on. Many corporations have committed crimes, yet these corporations are not looked at as if they were people. Corporations are thought as differently than when you think of people. Clements emphasizes that Corporations are not people by saying the Corporations cannot love. Love is usually associated with people loving others. Corporations are unable to do that.
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