How Friedman intertwines CSR with political processes?

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Despite this, Friedman counters his own claim that any CSR acts are undemocratic due to it being a ‘taxation without representation’. Hypothetically, in a society, where political processes are held open, fair and democratically conducted with integrity with the exclusion of bribery and corruption then, Friedman`s argument would seem to be consistent for it is the government`s job. However, it is a theoretical ideal which is not likely to be found in practice.  Large-private donations that have bought and influenced political decisions and the policy-making process would seem to suggest that Friedman`s view...
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