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50 Years After Allende at the UN: a Corporate Triumph Named Multistakeholderism Lynn Fries

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Video and transcript.Subject: global corporate totalitarianism.Naked Capitalism50 Years After Allende at the UN: a Corporate Triumph Named MultistakeholderismLynn Fries interviews Harris Gleckman, Senior Fellow at the Center for Governance and Sustainability, UMass-Boston; Director of Benchmark Environmental Consulting, and Board Member of the Foundation for Global Governance and SustainabilityOriginally published at GPE Newsdocs

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Subject: global corporate totalitarianism.

Naked Capitalism
50 Years After Allende at the UN: a Corporate Triumph Named Multistakeholderism
Lynn Fries interviews Harris Gleckman, Senior Fellow at the Center for Governance and Sustainability, UMass-Boston; Director of Benchmark Environmental Consulting, and Board Member of the Foundation for Global Governance and Sustainability

Originally published at GPE Newsdocs
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