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- n. Plural form of personhood.
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I think the notion that money is speech is an incredibly tenuous argument which has less established basis in legal precept than the question of corporate personhoods.
There's plenty of panting, groping and writhing, but the complete bodies -- and the complete personhoods -- of the characters are envisaged with the eye of an amateur cubist.
This attitude and attack on the personhoods and attributes of so-called foreigners must end.
That they are Persons with personhoods and that certain legal and moral rights and restrictions apply?