The New York Times now shames corporations when they don't interfere in politics

The merger of cultural liberalism and corporate power continues.

It usually isn’t news when a private American company declines to take a stand on a political issue, especially one that has nothing to do with that company’s particular industry or business. In fact, that’s generally what we expect of companies: to stay out of politics. That’s a value shared across the political spectrum, and it’s especially one that …

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