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Miller comments on corporate personhood in the wake of Supreme Court's Hobby Lobby decision

"The idea that if you don’t like what the corporation is doing you should sell your stock, or find a different job, has a certain amount of appeal. But it also assumes that people are able to just fish and cut bait. Capital is easier to move around than your body and your family.”

– Professor Darrell A. H. Miller, New York Times Magazine

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Darrell A. H. Miller teaches and writes on issues of civil rights, constitutional law, civil procedure, and legal history. A cum laude graduate of Harvard Law School, Miller joined the Duke Law faculty as a professor of law in 2013.

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