The Corporation
Interrogating a Modern Institution

The Corporation - Interrogating a Modern Institution
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Bruce

Rarely is there such a lineup of SJWs as this:Howard Zinn, Michael Moore, Naomi Klein, Noam Chomsky. Even if skewed (I can neither confirm nor deny), the four parties are known to be consistent with the views of capitalism and its institutions (they're against them). Could be good if you ...Read more

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Edward

Expose that rips the scab off the rapacious and exploitative corporate structure worldwide. Eye opening. Five stars.

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