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Dear Friends:

Below is a description of the Focus on the Corporation listserve. If you
like and find useful the material that we send out, we'd like to ask you
to distribute the notice to friends and colleagues, and encourage them to
subscribe to Focus on the Corporation. Thanks.

Robert Weissman
Essential Information			|   Internet:	rob@essential.org


LISTSERVE ANNOUNCEMENT: FOCUS ON THE CORPORATION

Corp-Focus is a moderated listserve which distributes the weekly column
"Focus on the Corporation," co-authored by Russell Mokhiber, editor of
Corporate Crime Reporter, and Robert Weissman, editor of Multinational
Monitor magazine.

To subscribe to Corp-Focus, send an e-mail message to
listproc@essential.org with the following all in one line:

subscribe corp-focus <your name>

Focus on the Corporation scrutinizes the multinational corporation -- the
most powerful institution of our time. Once a week, it reports and
comments critically on corporate actions, plans, abuses and trends.
Written with a sharp edge and occasional irreverence, Focus on the
Corporation covers:

* The double standards which excuse corporations for behavior (e.g.,
causing injury, accepting welfare) widely considered criminal or shameful
when done by individuals;
* Globalization and corporate power;
* Trends in corporate economic blackmail, political influence and
workplace organization;
* Industry-wide efforts to escape regulation, silence critics, employ new
technologies or consolidate business among a few companies;
* Specific, extreme examples of corporate abuses: destruction of
communities, trampling of democracy, poisoning of air and water; 
* Issues, such as tort reform, of across-the-board interest to business;
and
* The corporatization of our culture.

Back columns are posted on the Multinational Monitor site
<http://www.essential.org/monitor> and
<http://lists.essential.org/corp-focus/>

Please post this notice on relevant lists, and accept our apologies for
cross-posting.