RE: ply to Grant: corporate behavior

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Date: Mon Feb 11 2002 - 13:25:53 GMT

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            <And perhaps our non-US colleagues can comment on whether this seems
    to be a US phenomenon only?>

            Ooh... almost a red rag to a bull..., but rather than rant, I'll
    simply recommend a recent book, George Monbiot's 'Captive State' (2000).
    That'll give you a pretty good sense of how coporations are shaping
    contemporary Britain (a book the "democracy-loving" Swiss tried to prevent
    entering the country, along with Klein's 'No Logo', according to the book's


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