THE CORPORATION [5/23] Case Histories





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5. Case histories can be used to diagnose the kind of personality that makes the corporation
an externality-creating machine. Externalities such as harm to employees through the use
of sweatshops: the exploitation of Third World countries' employees resulting in a huge
discrepancy of price versus cost. Other externalities such as pollution and adverse health
effects emerge. These include the genesis of the petrochemical industry and links to
cancer, birth defects and other toxic effects. Another externality is harm to the biosphere
or the environmental costs resulting from the way corporations operate, costs that will be
passed off to future generations. Have we created a doom machine?

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