Chapter1. What is a Corporation?
Chapter 2: Birth
Chapter 3: A Legal “Person”
Chapter 4: Externalities
Chapter 5: Case Histories
Chapter 6: The Pathology of Commerce
Chapter 7: Monstrous Obligations
Chapter 8: Mindset
Chapter 9: Trading on 9/11
Chapter 10: Boundary Issues
Chapter 11: Basic Training
Chapter 12: Perception Management
Chapter 13: Like a Good Neighbor
Chapter 14: A Private Celebration
Chapter 15: Triumph of the Shill
Chapter 16: Advancing the Front
Chapter 17: Unsettling Accounts
Chapter 18: Expansion Plan
Chapter 19: Taking the Right Side
Chapter 20: Hostile Takeover
Chapter 21: Democracy LTD.
Chapter 22: Psycho Therapies
Chapter 23: Prognosis
Wow! This can be very depressing. It was good to watch to the end and to see that some people have been able to fight, however overall I think that things are worse today than when this was made.
I know that we can do some things. My daughter works for UL and was on their team that wrote many of their standards for “being green”. If we demand those types of products, they will be made. However, by pricing them out of the average person’s ability to pay, the corporations are able to make these choices less popular.
Have you read Margaret Atwood’s Mad Adam trilogy? If you have not, you really should.
Thanks for all these extras. I am taking the class for the credits, but it is great to have important things to think about that will last long after the class ends.
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