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            Corporate watch


            " American private enterprise is confronted with this choice; it may strike out and save its position all over the world, or sit by and witness its own funeral.... We must set the pace and assume the responsibility of the majority stockholder in this corporation known as the world.... This is a permanent obligation.... Our foreign policy will be more concerned with the safety and stability of our foreign investments than ever before. "

            Standard Oil of New Jersey executive, 1946


            Controlling Corporations
            Corporate Welfare
            Corporate Crime watch

            POCLAD - Richard L. Grossman

            Taking Care of Business - Citizenship and the Charter of Incorporation
            Citizens Over Corporations

            "Capitalism is the extraordinary belief that the nastiest of men for the nastiest of motives will somehow work for the benefit of all."

            John Maynard Keynes


            Brave New World Order - Jack Nelson-Pallmeyer
            Corporate Predators - Russel Mokhiber & Robert Weissman
            Corporation Nation - Charles Derber
            Corporations Are Gonna Get Your Mama - Kevin Danaher
            Cutting Corporate Welfare - Ralph Nader
            Elite Consensus, The - When Corporations Wield the Constitution - George Draffan (POCLAD)

            Global Village or Global Pillage - Jeremy Brecher
            Globalization - the No-Nonsense guide - Wayne Ellwood
            Globalization and the Decline of Social Reform - Gary Teeple
            Globalization and Its Discontents - Joseph E. Stiglitz
            Globalize This! - Kevin Danaher & Roger Burbach
            Iron Triangle, The - Carlyle Group - Dan Briody

            One World, Ready or Not - William Greider
            Pigs at the Trough - Arianna Huffington

            Post-Corporate World, The - David Korten
            Silent Takeover, The - Norena Hertz
            Unequal Protection - Thom Hartmann

            When Corporations Rule the World - David Korten
            Water Wars - Vandana Shiva
            World on Fire - Amy Chua

            World Poverty - Jeremy Seabrook
            WTO, The - Lori Wallach & Michelle Sforza


            Take a Look at the Carlyle Group
            The Naked Lobbyist - most powerful corporate lobby groups uncovered
            Sustainable Development - David Korten
            The History of Corporations in the United States
            Corporations Reimagined
            Natural vs. Artificial "Persons"
            Wartime Opportunism
            Pentagon Spending Spree - The Wartime Opportunists on High Alert

            " Few trends could so thoroughly undermine the very foundations of our free society as the acceptance by corporate officials of a social responsibility other than to make as much money for their stockholders as possible. "

            Neo-liberal economist Milton Friedman
            in his 1962 book Capitalism and Freedom

            Ford and the Führer
            Know Thine Enemy / History of Corporations
            Power Grab - the Multilateral Agreement on Investment (MAI)
            Stateless Corporations -- Lords of the Global Economy
            Controlling corporations and democratizing the world economy
            Corporate Power and the Quality of Life
            Corporate Rules of the Game
            Winners Take All
            Origins of Corporate Power
            Liquid Asset - Water as a Corporate Commodity
            Food Money

            " I hope we shall crush in its birth the aristocracy of our moneyed corporations which dare already to challenge our government to a trial of strength and bid defiance to the laws of our country178彩票. "

            Thomas Jefferson, 3rd US president 1801-1809

            Bad 178彩票网 - How to civilize the corporation
            Corporations and Free Speech
            First Amendment Follies
            Democracy and Corporations - Arcata, California
            Taxing the Environment - Corporate Tax Breaks
            Corporate crackdowns
            Confronting the Corporation
            How We Can Democratize Corporations

            " The modern conservative is engaged in one of man's oldest exercises in moral philosophy: that is the search for a superior moral justification for selfishness."

            John Kenneth Galbraith, economist and author

            Corporate Rights vs. Human Need
            Challenging Corporate Power
            TNCs Stride the World
            Stop Corporate Welfare - Ralph Nader
            New Strategy Focuses on Corporations
            Corporate Behavior
            The Corporation
            Fixing Corporations - Part 1: Legacy of the Founding Parents
            Fixing Corporations - Part 2: Corporations for Seventh Generation
            Corporate Welfare: Pork for All
            The Real Rogues - behind the Star Wars missile defense system
            In Place of Nations
            Percy Schmeiser vs. Monsanto
            Cipro prices around the world
            Enron's End
            Business as Usual in the Disinformation Economy
            Enron's Global Game
            Learning from Enron
            Corporate Taxes
            Outing ALEC - The most powerful lobby you've never heard of
            The Big Guns - the Carlyle Group
            Corporate Control of the Media - Rep. Bernie Sanders
            Titans of Enron Economy - Ten Habits of Highly Defective Corporations
            Inequality and Corporate Power
            The Invisible Friend - (corporate personhood)
            Executive Excess
            Ike Was Right - Iraq and the Military-Industrial Complex
            Welcome178彩票网 to Wal-World
            What's Good for Wal-Mart... (1/06)

            Wal-Marting Philanthropy (2/06)
            Bush Clears the Way for Corporate Domination - interview with Antonia Juhasz author of The Bush Agenda (5/06)
            The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Corporations (6/06)
            Corporations Aren't People (7/06)
            Parasitic Imperialism - economics of war profiteering (7/07)
            The Case Against Corporate Speech (2/10)

            Quotations: Corporations

            Transnational Corporations

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