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How far will industry leaders go to protect their bottom line? In her latest book — INDUSTRIAL STRENGTH DENIAL: Eight Stories of Corporations Defending the Indefensible — environmental attorney Barbara Freese expose tactics used by corporations across the centuries to cover up the harm they've caused. In eight powerful case studies ranging from the slave trade to fossil fuels, Freese asks critical questions about corporate denial.  How far will corporate leaders go to deny wrongdoing?  How far are we, as citizens and consumers, willing to let them go?


LINKS:
BarbaraFreese.com
University of California Press

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author, writer, book, corporate greed, corporation, auto industry, tobacco, aerosol, ozone depletion, environment, fossil fuels, climate change, coal, Pennsylvania, rust belt, China, England, fracking, mining, big business, oil, courts, law, slave trade, #gogreen #greennewdeal #AOC  WJFF, public radio  

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Music heard on this week's show: 

BARBARA FREESE, author, INDUSTRIAL STRENGTH DENIAL

Mentioned on this week's show: 

Books by Barbara Freese 


INDUSTRIAL STRENGTH DENIAL

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IndieBound


COAL: A HUMAN HISTORY
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IndieBound

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