WSJ Opinion: Wonder Land by Daniel Henninger

Episode 130

WSJ Opinion: The Revolt Against Woke Corporations

Henninger: "How depressing to think that the next generation of business leadership believes its contribution to the productive life of the United States is obsequious public virtue-signaling."

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Wonder Land: The attorneys general of 19 states have sent a letter to JPMorgan Chase, accusing it of discrimination against conservative religious groups. The bank denies it. The business of America should become business again, not politics. Images: Zuma Press/Bloomberg News Composite: Mark Kelly

WSJ Opinion: Wonder Land by Daniel Henninger

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