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Corporate Predators

The Hunt for Mega-profits and the Attack on Democracy
Mokhiber, Russell (Book - 1999)
Corporate Predators
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51 of the world's biggest 100 economies are corporations, not countries. As the most powerful institution of our time, the multinational corporation dominates not only global economics, but politics and culture as well. Yet the mechanisms of corporate control have remained largely hidden from public perception-until now.
Authors: Mokhiber, Russell, 1954-
Title: Corporate predators
the hunt for mega-profits and the attack on democracy
Publisher: Monroe, Me. : Common Courage Press, c1999.
Characteristics: 213 p. :,ill. ;,20 cm.
Notes: Includes index.
Local Note: 53 210 272
Additional Contributors: Weissman, Robert
ISBN: 1567511589
1567511597
Statement of Responsibility: Russell Mokhiber & Robert Weissman
Subject Headings: Commercial crimes United States. Corporations United States Corrupt practices. Union busting United States. Sweatshops United States. Business and politics United States. Corporations United States Political activity.
Topical Term: Commercial crimes
Corporations
Union busting
Sweatshops
Business and politics
Corporations
LCCN: 99017255
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