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  • A Supreme Threat to US Democracy

    If a future Republican president replaces even a single liberal justice with a conservative, we could wind up with a democracy of the corporations, by the corporations and for the corporations.

Sam Pizzigati

Sam Pizzigati

Sam Pizzigati edits Too Much, the online monthly on excess and inequality published by the Washington, D.C.-based Institute for Policy Studies. toomuchonline.org

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Sam Pizzigati

Sam Pizzigati

Sam Pizzigati edits Too Much, the online monthly on excess and inequality published by the Washington, D.C.-based Institute for Policy Studies. toomuchonline.org

Other articles by this author

Why Our Sky Sometimes Does Start Falling

By Sam Pizzigati, Too Much | News Analysis

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Taxes, the Rich, and Our Known Universe

By Sam Pizzigati, Too Much | News Analysis

Why Cupid Seems to Be Missing More Often

By Sam Pizzigati, Too Much | News Analysis

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By Sam Pizzigati, OtherWords | Op-Ed

Amid Record Pay, CEOs Aren't Celebrating

By Sam Pizzigati, Too Much | News Analysis

2013 1103h cat

Are Heartless People Simply Born That Way?

By Sam Pizzigati, Too Much | News Analysis

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Do We Need Another Rolls-Royce Showroom?

By Sam Pizzigati, Too Much | News Analysis

Campaign_Gold_Rush-thumb.jpg

Worse Than Watergate

By Sam Pizzigati, Other Words | Opinion

Racketeering Then and Racketeering Now

By Sam Pizzigati, Too Much | News Analysis

Once Upon a Time, Corporations Paid Taxes

By Sam Pizzigati, Too Much | News Analysis

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