Corporate Crime or Business as Usual?
Fresh out of graduate school 25 years ago I was offered a job as a summer intern by Erwin Knoll, the editor of The Progressive magazine. Erwin could be cantankerous and opinionated, a quality that often surfaced in his regular PBS appearances during the last years of his life. Nonetheless, he was a brilliant and articulate observer of our political economy. Conversations about corporate morality within our offices were at least as illuminating as any graduate school seminar.