. The danger in corporate solutions to government problems « JO LEE MAGAZINE

Vox – Across various segments of American life, the private sector has begun to take on tasks big and small that one might think should be tackled by the public sector. Domino’s filled in potholes. Walmart started selling low-priced insulin. A slew of companies help workers pay for school.  As people lose faith in government to act on sweeping issues such as climate change and guns, they’re increasingly looking to corporate America. If Congress won’t tackle gun violence, maybe Dick’s Sporting Goods can try.

Corporate social responsibility is fine. There are, however, harsh limits.

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