Corporate Crime and Violence: Big Business Power and the Abuse of the Public Trust

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Sierra Club Books, 1988 - Social Science - 450 pages
This well-documented report on the corporate behavior that has an adverse impact on public health and environment provides an overview of the problems and offers solutions and reforms to make corporations more responsive to the public good.

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Corporate crime and violence: big business power and the abuse of the public trust

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In this angry and explosive book, Mokhiber condemns corporations whose illegal practices cause injury or death to unsuspecting victims. In short summaries, he covers Agent Orange (Dow Chemical and ... Read full review

Contents

Corporate Crime and Violence
3
Profiles
73
Agent Orange
75
Copyright

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About the author (1988)

Mokhiber is one of the nation's leading authorities on corporate crime and is editor of the Washington DC-based weekly Corporate Crime Reporter.

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