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Dollars and Sense

Corporate responsibility in the era of Trump

Companies including Pfizer, Walgreen’s, Archer Daniels Midland, Google, Exxon, JP Morgan, and Nike have garnered attention for speaking out against President Trump’s policies and rhetoric in the first year of his presidency. However, when it came to flexing their lobbying muscle, the same companies mostly put their money behind advocating for lower taxes, which paid off handsomely in billions of dollars in tax cuts.

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