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In Arbitration, a 'Privatization of the Justice System'

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'Beware the Fine Print, series that examines the privatization of THE JUSTICE SYSTEM... by BURYING CLAUSES in tens of millions of contracts, have deprived Americans of one of their most fundamental constitutional rights: their day in court. Thousands of businesses across the country — from big corporations to storefront shops — have used arbitration to create an alternate system of justice . These, rules favor businesses, as judges and juries have been replaced by arbitrators who commonly consider the companies their clients. The change has been swift and virtually unnoticed! This is the second installment in a three-part series examining the privatization of the Justice System.'

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