The Corporation

Jan 11 2009

In the late 19th century corporations were accorded protections as if they were human beings under U.S. law. The Corporation takes a look at the behavioral patterns of these quasi-human entities, and applies conventional definitions of psychological maladies to demonstrate that the state of the modern corporation is very ill indeed.

The Corporation is very useful viewing for anyone trying to get a handle on greenwashing because it is a primer on how corporations became what they are today, and a review of ways that they operate.