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Corporations

1999-07-00
Cracking down on corporate crime - Although it is corporate crime which most fundamentally affects society, reports Russell Mokhiber, transnational corporations are allowed to get away with murder. Published in The Ecologist Volume 29 Number 4, July 1999.
1999-07-00
Seeds of Conflict - in this editorial Andrew Kimbrell reveals the tightening stranglehold of multinational corporations over seeds, the 'software' of the plants we all depend upon. Published in The Ecologist Volume 29 Number 4, July 1999.
1999-07-00
The World Trade Organisation: the new World Constitution laid bare - Steven Shrybman explains why the WTO is a constitution for corporations, and its rules take little or no account of people or the environment. Published in The Ecologist Volume 29 Number 4, July 1999.
1999-07-00
From global to local - Ward Morehouse reviews The Post-Corporate World: Life after Capitalism, by David C. Korten. Published in The Ecologist Volume 29 Number 4, July 1999.
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