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This review of Corporate Responsibility: The American Experience expands and clarifies the book’s concept of corporate responsibility by emphasizing the centrality of social, moral, and stakeholder dimensions, with special attention given to the emergence of these key ideas in mid-twentieth-century America. These developments are seen as supplements to an otherwise comprehensive discussion of corporate responsibility found in this volume
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