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Corporacracy and other Corp-articles Because this will undoubtedly be a point of contention, I would like to address it here. Corporatocracy is an existing page which has been compared with past postings of this page, and I believe that it is necessary to make the differences clear. Corporatocracy holds a viewpoint on corporate control over governments, and it is also limited to the actions of commercial corporations. Conversely, Corporacracy attempts to maintain a neutral stance on this issue. It is an article meant to inform readers of the power that corporations (both commercial and municipal) possess, and how they impact our daily lives. Gmw'srevelation (talk) 21:13, 15 June 2011 (UTC)