Resisting Corporate Control

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Resisting Corporate Control
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Resisting Corporate Control / Helen Caldicott. - Helen Caldicott, an Australian physician who has taken up the challenge of awakening the Western world to environmental, economic and social issues, speaks about the role of transnational corporations in spreading American consumer culture around the world. She examines the impact of this development upon the ecology, big business, media, and medicine. The result of widespread consumerism is the draining of our natural resources, which in-turn threatens the lives of every creature on earth. The only way to survive, she argues, is to reject corporate control and reassert our rights to health, education, and life. - RECORDED: Fresno, Calif. 27 Mar. 1995.

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