Dear Editor:

This is in response to a letter from Joe Campbell ("Bad behavior," Dec. 3, AFN). Once again we have a letter to the editor bemoaning a give away to corporations through their unrestricted contributions to candidates and for or against legislation.

I have yet to meet Mr. Corporation. Most such entities derive their existence from stockholders whether they are individuals, union funds, retirees, etc. Is it not logical and in our best interest to have these "corporations" work for candidates and policies that provide the greatest returns for we the owners?

Bill Egan

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