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The "shareholder democracy" scam

In today's WSJ, Arthur Levitt, who helped bring us SOX, has an another in a long string of arguments for what he calls "shareholder democracy." As I discuss, Levitt and his ilk have politics on their minds, but it's not about shareholders and it's not about democracy -- it's about unions and the federal government controlling corporate governance.



Rafael Mangual
Project Manager,
Legal Policy

Manhattan Institute


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