RaveThe Los Angeles Review of BooksWe the Corporations is a must-read for anyone interested in the corporate rights debate. As Winkler notes, Citizens United is one of the Supreme Court’s most controversial decisions. Yet most people who criticize (or praise) the Court’s decision don’t understand the backdrop on which it was based. Winkler advances an important and powerful point: corporations held most of the same rights as natural persons long before Citizens United. Winkler’s account also leaves us with some important issues that warrant further consideration ... Winkler’s thought-provoking tale leaves readers to reflect on what, if anything, should be done about the corporate rights movement ... it will make you think critically about one of the most consequential yet understudied civil rights movements.