Freedom of Religion and Religious Pluralism
This book chapter examines the issue of corporate religious liberty in four parts. Part 1 provides a brief overview of the history of the business corporation in the United States, with a focus on conceptualisations of its nature. Part 2 discusses religious liberty jurisprudence in the United States in general, and Part 3 discusses corporate assertions of religious liberty in particular. Part 4 points out the cognitive dissonance of a society that simultaneously embraces a robust understanding of corporate social responsibility yet an enervated appreciation of corporate religious liberty rights.
Ronald J. Colombo,
Religious Freedom and the Business Corporation 210
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