Corporate Violence: Injury and Death for Profit
Stuart L. Hills
Rowman & Littlefield, Jan 1, 1987 - Technology & Engineering - 213 pages
Corporate Violence: Injury and Death for Profit is a provocative collection of articles that focuses on the critical issue of the serious physical harm inflicted on consumers, workers, and the general public as a result of decisions made by corporate executives. The studies in this volume describe and analyze the legal and illegal acts of 'respectable' business people that have injured or killed people.
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