3. Vet the rest. Doing this will take some time so this is a good place to mention Jamie Court's "corporateer quotient" that he wrote about in his book, Corporateering and who is president of Consumer Watchdog. The quotient is derived from answers to 18 questions (e.g., "what percentage of total expenditures is spent on political contributions and trade lobbying"). His questionnaire or some adaptation of it could be used in the vetting process while keeping in mind the complication, as Court does, that not many of the answers are publicly available even though "none of the questions are trade secrets."
4. Don't overlook any saints. There surely must be a few honorable exceptions among corpocracy
Once the vetting is done, the next step is to plan a strategic approach to reforming the scoundrels. This matter is the subject of the second article.