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by Ralph Nader,Ralph Estes

eBook Taking Back the Corporation: A Mad as Hell Guide download ISBN: 1560257873
Author: Ralph Nader,Ralph Estes
Publisher: Nation Books; First Printing edition (November 1, 2005)
Language: English
Pages: 240
ePub: 1584 kb
Fb2: 1811 kb
Rating: 4.2
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Category: Work and Money
Subcategory: Biography and History

Ralph Estes is the author of many books, including Tyranny of the Bottom Line. He is a leading authority on corporate (mis)behavior. Estes is Emeritus Business Professor at the American University in Washington, DC.

Ralph Estes is the author of many books, including Tyranny of the Bottom Line.

Estes, Ralph . & Ralph Nader, Taking Back the Corporation: A Mad as Hell Guide. Nace, Ted, Gangs of America: The Rise of Corporate Power and the Disabling of Democracy, Barrett-Koehler, 2005. Ritz, Dean (e., Defying Corporations, Defining Democracy: A Book of History & Strategies. Daniel Pennock Democracy School. This article about an organization in the United States is a stub.

October 11, 2005 Ralph Estes, Ralph Nader. Taking Back the Corporation tells us what to do about it. Not so long ago, corporate America was widely respected. Among many useful resources and references for activists, it includes a special toolkit for reforming corporations and provides a primer on corporations, organizing, contacting the media, and drafting local ordinances.

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This mad as hell guide urges the 99% to fight back, rein in big business and restore the corporation to its original, PUBLIC purpose. Includes a special toolkit for reforming corporations including a primer on corporations, proposed Constitutional Amendment abolishing corporate personhood, local ordinance, campus resolution, media relations, much more. Today few understand that corporations were established not to maximize profit to stockholders, but to serve a distinct public purpose, to serve the public interest

Not so long ago, corporate America was respected.

Not so long ago, corporate America was respected.

Ralph W. Estes & Ralph Nader, Taking Back the Corporation: A Mad as Hell Guide. Dean Ritz (e. Ted Nace, Gangs of America: The Rise of Corporate Power and the Disabling of Democracy, Barrett-Koehler, 2005.

Taking Back the Corporation: A Mad as Hell Guide. Ralph W. Estes, Ralph Nader. An Assessment of the Usefulness of Current Cost and Price-Level Information by Financial Statement Users.

A Mad As Hell Guide for the 99%. by Ralph Estes. Books related to Fight the Corpocracy, Take Back Democracy. This "mad as hell" guide urges the 99% to fight back, rein in big business and restore the corporation to its original, PUBLIC purpose.

Taking Back the Corporation. Published October 11, 2005 by Nation Books.

Not so long ago, corporate America was respected. Our products set the standards for the world; corporations bore a fair share of the tax burden; employees would stay with a company until retirement; customers and workers felt a loyalty to companies like GM, GE, Ford and Procter and Gamble, and to a fair degree that loyalty was reciprocated. Not any more. Taking Back the Corporation reveals what is wrong in corporate America today; the harm that is done, and who the main perpetrators and criminals are. Ralph Estes examines the long-term causes for the perversion of corporate purpose and asks what we, as the consumer and worker should demand. Finally, Estes considers different approaches to reform and argues that these transformations must occur if the social contract promised by capitalism is not to be permanently broken.