The New York Times® Bestsellers — Trade Paperback Fiction | Barnes & Noble®Conversations with Friends By Sally Rooney. Earning the Rockies By Robert D. Winkler, a professor of law at University of California, Los Angeles, argues that the question of constitutional rights for corporations began long before the controversial Citizens United decision. In , the Supreme Court ruled the government could not keep corporations or unions from spending money to influence elections. Here are questions to help guide your discussions as you read the book over the next month. You can also submit your own questions for Adam Winkler on our Google form here. Winkler will answer reader questions on the NewsHour broadcast at the end of the month.
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