As the All Souls Forum is on summer vacation, we continue our summer replacement forum on Controlling Corporate Power recorded in April in Washington, DC.  In the first half of the program we continue the discussion on countering the impact of corporate control of the electoral process.  Theresa Amato, closes out the panel discussion we started last week, and then there will be Q & A of Theresa and all of the panelists.  The panelists were:

Bob Edgar – President, Common Cause
Theresa Amato – Executive Director, Citizen Works
Rob Richie – Executive, Director Fair Vote
Harvey Wasserman – Anti-Nuclear Activist

In the second half of the program, we kick off the panel duscussion on holding corporations accountable for their crimes with Russell Mokhiber – Editor, Corporate Crime Reporter

ON All Souls Forum | July 19, 2012 | 12:00 pm

Controlling Corporate Power Conference Pt 2

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As the All Souls Forum is on summer vacation, we continue our summer replacement forum on Controlling Corporate Power recorded in April in Washington, DC.  In the first half of the program we continue the discussion on countering the impact of corporate control of the electoral process.  Theresa Amato, closes out the panel discussion we started last week, and then there will be Q & A of Theresa and all of the panelists.  The panelists were:

Bob Edgar – President, Common Cause
Theresa Amato – Executive Director, Citizen Works
Rob Richie – Executive, Director Fair Vote
Harvey Wasserman – Anti-Nuclear Activist

In the second half of the program, we kick off the panel duscussion on holding corporations accountable for their crimes with Russell Mokhiber – Editor, Corporate Crime Reporter

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