Cutting Corporate Welfare
by Ralph Nader
AVAILABILITY: Active Record (Readily Available)
Publication Date: December 2004
Publisher: Seven Stories Press
Binding: Trade Paper
Topics: CORPORATIONS_FINANCE; INDUSTRIAL POLICY; SUBSIDIES; UNITED STATES_ECONOMIC POLICY_1993-2001
While the U.S. continues to experience unprecedented cuts in social service programs and millions of Americans go without health insurance, corporations reap vast sums of taxpayer money through "corporate welfare" — subsidies, bailouts, giveaways, and loopholes. Ralph Nader explains the history and extent of this troubling phenomenon and offers strategies for stopping it.
About the Author
Four generations of Americans have followed Ralph Nader's lead on civic and political issues that affect their lives. From fighting for car safety in the 1960s, to opposing policies of the World Trade Organization, to running for president, Nader continues to be a force for grassroots activism and democratic change.
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