#342 Corporate Psychopaths Still Run The World
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#342 Corporate Psychopaths Still Run The World
The New Corporation: The Unfortunately Necessary Sequel calls corporate social responsibility’s bluff.
September 27, 2020

Co-directors Joel Bakan and Jennifer Abbott on how, almost twenty years after their first documentary came out, corporations are still driven by psychopathic greed— but are making it look like they’re out to save the world.

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