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Corporations Are Insane

By Ross Crockford, AlterNet
January 29, 2004

Enron. WorldCom. Bechtel. Halliburton. To the cheerleaders on MSNBC
and in The Wall Street Journal, such deceitful, profiteering companies
are a few "bad apples" in a healthy economic barrel, as rare as a
murderer in a convent.

But a new documentary that premiered at the Sundance festival film
last week argues that these rogue companies aren't the exception,
they're the rule. The controversial premise of The Corporation is that

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Corporations Are Insane

By Ross Crockford, AlterNet
January 29, 2004

Enron. WorldCom. Bechtel. Halliburton. To the cheerleaders on MSNBC
and in The Wall Street Journal, such deceitful, profiteering companies
are a few "bad apples" in a healthy economic barrel, as rare as a
murderer in a convent.

But a new documentary that premiered at the Sundance festival film
last week argues that these rogue companies aren't the exception,
they're the rule. The controversial premise of The Corporation is that

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Bush-Cheney Energy Strategy: Procuring the Rest of the World's Oil

By Michael Klare

(The following article appeared in the January, 2004 issue of Foreign Policy In Focus magazine (www.fpif.org)- Reprinted with permission from the author.

(Foreign Policy In Focus - PetroPolitics Special Report , January 2004)

Professor Michael Klare is the author of Resource Wars: The new Landscape of Global Conflict and the forthcoming Petropolitics.

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