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The Big Lie About the Tax Bill: Why Bosses Will Never Raise Wages
The big lie underlying the $1.5-trillion Trump/Republican Congressional tax bill is that Corporations will pass much of it on to workers in the form of higher wages, and to consumers in the form of lo...
Corporate Giving Directory 1991
Foundations and Social Change
Corporate philanthropy is money laundering, pure and simple. It is an institution that serves to legitimate ill-gotten gains, and to hide the fact that were it not for our system of regressive taxatio...
Museums, Art and the Rackets: Against The Current vol. 121
In the late 1990s when it appeared that the laws of capitalism had been suspended temporarily and wealth could be accrued purely on speculation, the New York Times began an annual full-section report ...
Protest Inc. - The Corporatization of Protest (Book Review)
Review of "Protest Inc. - The Corporatization of Activism" by Peter Dauvergne & Genevieve LeBaron.
Wal-Mart's Real Cost: Against The Current vol. 121
The long-brewing struggle between retail giant Wal-Mart and those concerned with reforming its corporate practices burst onto the mainstream consciousness of the American public this past November. An...
Why China's super-rich are now eager to invest in philanthropy
The country's wealthy elite chase recognition and status by splashing cash on museums and schools, but there may also be a less idealistic motive behind their largesse.