cj#258> Letter re: accomodation with corporations


Richard Moore

Date: Mon, 4 Sep 1995 00:00:07 -0700
Sender: •••@••.••• (John Lowry)
Subject: Re: cj#257> Dialog: NWO & Nationalism

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>Finally, there needs to be an agenda of accomodation with corporations.
>The anti-corporate socialist card has been played.  It lasted from 1917 to
>1990 and is not likely to be viable again in the forseeable future.
>Besides, good tactics never involve backing a formidable opponent into a
>corner.  The corporation, like it or not, is here to stay, and can function
>as an efficient, evolving, economic engine.  But it needs to be the servant
>of society, not the master.
>In Solidarity,

I have been thinking about this since 1970, when I was fired from the
American Management Association after disagreeing with the president, who
said, "a manager's job is to make money."  The latest version comes to about
3500 words and can be found at