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Their previous efforts haven’t done much to push the needle on gun control legislation and without more backing, they don’t know what else they can do at the moment, he said.
Well they could stop giving money to pro gun republicans but you know, taxes.
From the article:
> Before the Bell: CEOs have been quiet about gun reform since the latest mass school shooting in Nashville, have you heard anything about plans to speak out?
> Jeffrey Sonnenfeld: Where is everybody else? Where is all of civil society? CEOs are just one group of people and it’s like we’re turning to them to be our saviors on every topic. They’ve joined causes with valor and nobility but they can’t just be taking cause after cause as if there’s nobody else in society. The social change that happened in the 1960s wasn’t being led primarily by CEOs. Social changes really happened when we saw the interfaith activity of clergy locking arms and canvassing legislators. We saw campuses alive and aroused. Where’s all the student activism?
But won’t someone please think of the ~~children~~ money…
“CEOs are just one group of people.”
This guy missed the memo that the news is out everyone knows who runs this country.
We don’t want them to be our saviors, we’re just kinda stuck with em.
When will John D. Rockefeller at last speak up about anti-trust regulation?
CEOs are reluctant to be held responsible for anything.
After all, what’s the point of being at the top of the pyramid if you’re going to be held responsible for something unpleasant?
When they talk about ‘accountability’, they mean for other people.
It’s nice to be king.
We are tired of CEOs dictating policy
**CEOs**: *buys control of government*
**People**: *holds CEOs responsible for government inaction*
Do you really want corporations to be in charge of legal America?