The real legacy of woke capital gives shape to an outrage style in politics, one that ultimately threatens free markets.
The loose bundle of corporate policies that have come to be known as woke capital occupy an increasing share of attention in the news, and for good reason. As we’ve learned, not even Chick-Fil-A is immune to its pressures. While various Law & Liberty articles have dealt with aspects of this movement in comedy, banking, basketball, foreign policy, and stakeholder theory, the phenomenon demands more sustained attention.
This symposium brings together three distinguished authors to grapple with the motives, politics, and consequences of the movement toward woke capital:
by Matthew Continetti
by Mark Hemingway
by Iain Murray