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Corporate crime: Basic economics

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Unlearning Economics says that capitalism gives us 'institutionalized law-breaking': Corporations have a long history of force, fraud and theft...In a system based on private accumulation, they will use their profits to corrupt the legal system, hijack public funds, get the best lawyers, and make their operations as opaque as possible to avoid prosecution, no matter the charge. None of this is a bug of capitalism; it is a feature.

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            &nb... by Amelia Gora on Saturday, Aug 4, 2012 at 9:55:34 AM