Marshall Clinard identifies the auto, oil, pharmaceutical, and the defense industries as the major offenders. He devotes a chapter to each of these areas in addition to chapters on corporate violence, corporate bribery, and a final discussion of how to correct these widespread abuses.In 1987, Ford recalled 3.6 million cars at one time for a serious safety defect in the fuel line connection. ... The cases are primarily from the 1985- 1987 reports of the Washington, D.C. based Center for Auto Safety: ac The NHTSA in ... In 1987, Ford issued two separate recalls amounting to 3.6 million 1986-1987 vehicles to repair fuel system problems that had led to fuel leaks, fires and injuries. ... In all, about 180 ambulances with Ford E-350 chasses caught fire between 1986 and 1988.
|Author||:||Marshall Barron Clinard|
|Publisher||:||Greenwood Publishing Group - 1990-01-01|