Links
(Listed Alphabetically)

The Alliance For Democracy, Minnesota: afd-minnesota.org
A chapter-based organization offering opportunities to join with others who share the goal of working to "free all people from corporate domination"

Business Ethics On Line is a corporate social responsibility report which includes articles, a directory of like-minded organizations and a listing of events and conferences. http://www.business-ethics.com/

The Center for Corporate Policy is a non-profit, non-partisan public interest organization working to curb corporate abuses and make corporations publicly accountable. http://corporatepolicy.org

Citizen Works has devoted a whole page to the Code on their website. They have more articles about the Code
(citizenworks.org/enron/corp_code.php),
a Corporate Reform Weekly Report and other valuable tools
(citizenworks.org).Common Dreams: commondreams.org/

CORE Coalition is seeking to enact a law very similar to our C4CR in the United Kingdom: corporate-responsibility.org

CorpWatch, Holding Corporations Accountable: corpwatch.org

Divine Right of Capital by Marjorie Kelly: divinerightofcapital.com/

Marjorie Kelly's Article on Economic Democracy:
http://www.business-ethics.com/constitEconDemoc.htm

Earth Charter: earthcharter.org/wssd/

The Economic Democracy Project: business-ethics.com/

Thom Hartmann has written a number of best selling books covering culture, democracy, spirituality, and ecology (thomhartmann.com/two.shtml). His latest book is Unequal Protection: The rise of corporate dominance and theft of human rights. In Unequal Protection, he tracks the history of the modern corporation back to the founding of the East India Company in 1600, through the Boston Tea Party revolt against transnational corporate domination of the early American economy, the rise of corporations during the Civil War, and the ultimate theft of human rights before the Supreme Court in 1886 (thomhartmann.com/unequalprotection.shtml).

Indigenous Environmental Network: ienearth.org

David Korten and The People-Centered Development Forum: http://iisd1.iisd.ca/pcdf/

Program on Corporations, Law and Democracy: poclad.org
POCLAD is a long-time leader in rethinking the role of corporations and the meaning of democracy. We especially recommend their pamphlet on U.S. corporate history "Taking Care of Business".

Reclaim Democracy has an excellent brief history of corporations called Our Hidden History on their home page: reclaimdemocracy.org

Professor Harlan M. Smith, Website for Thoughtful People: I invite you to do some serious thinking with me and seek more light on a whole bunch of controversial subjects, issues, problems, or on any one of them that interests you. http://www.tc.umn.edu/%7Esmith097/

True Majority: truemajority.org/

Twin Cities Earth Charter Community Summit: http://www.earthcharter-minnesota.org/

Women's International League for Peace and Freedom wilpf.org WILPF produces a superb study guide, "Challenging Corporate Power, Asserting the People's Rights," available free (pdf) online.