4. 原文： "Large corporations are increasingly unrestrained in their behaviors both intra- and internationally, in an increasingly relentless drive for greater profits. The adverse social effects of this drive are obvious, yet we seem incapable of changing things; why? One major reason, I submit, is that the Western - now international-legal system that is designed to protect the first-generation civil and political rights of autonomous individuals equally protects the rights of autonomous individual corporations to do pretty much as they please, and the so-called democratic process, especially in the United States, is so money-driven that those corporations can usually choose whichever candidates please them." Henry Rosemont, Jr, Whose Democracy? Which Rights: A Confucian Critique of Modern Western Liberalism in Citekey 80258 not found, 64-65.