Corporate Predators: The Hunt for Mega-Profits and the Attack on Democracy

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Fifty-one of the world's one hundred biggest economies are corporations, not countries. Clearly, the multinational corporation is the most powerful institution of our time, dominating not only global economics, but politics and culture as well. But the mechanisms of corporate control and the details of corporate abuses have remained largely hidden from public perception -- until now. In their first collection of columns, investigative journalists Russell Mokhiber and Robert Weissman critique corporate power from a ...

Corporate Predators: The Hunt for Mega-Profits and the Attack on Democracy 2002, Common Courage Press

ISBN-13: 9781567511581

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Corporate Predators: The Hunt for Mega-Profits and the Attack on Democracy 1999, Common Courage Press

ISBN-13: 9781567511598

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