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What an Empire Built on Nazi Collaboration Says About Our Economy

Putting capital in private hands obscures the connection companies might have to the people they serve. This exploration of the history of a German transnational holding company explains the importance of accountability and commitment to the people. “We also have to dismantle the kinds of unaccountable concentrations of corporate wealth that have been built upon these unseemly fortunes,” John Duda, Director of communications at the Democracy Collaborative, writes. 

Publication date: 2019-04-07
Parent publication: Truthout
Publication URL: https://truthout.org/articles/what-an-empire-built-on-nazi-collaboration-says-about-our-economy/

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