This documentary was released in 2003. And it is still true today. The documentary begins with an unusual detail from the 14th Amendment: Under constitutional law, corporations are seen as individuals.
In this documentary, filmmaker Mark Achbar asks what type of person would a corporation be? And he gives the evidence that they would be a bad one.
The 2003 Canadian documentary was written by University of British Columbia law professor Joe Bakan. Lasting for two hours, the award-winning documentary explores the genesis of the American corporation, its global economic supremacy and its psychopathic learnings. You can take a deep look into the corporation’s inner workings, curious history, controversial impacts, and possible futures.
Some 150 years ago, a corporation was an insignificant entity.
The Mirny diamond mine in Russia is now abandoned. But for one period of time, it was the largest diamond mine in the world. Located in Siberia, the mine is more than 525 met...