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Corey Cook was quoted in a San Francisco Chronicle story about boycotts against companies with links to the president. Cook noted that we are seeing growing polarization between political parties. “This country has a history of disagreeing vigorously during a political campaign,” and then working together after the election, he said. “But the prospect of economic boycotts against any business executive who even looks to cooperate with a new president is something both new and frightening.” Read the full story here.