Quote: "What amazes me is that there are thousands of people who could have been whistle-blowers, from the boards of directors to corporate insiders to the accounting firms to the lawyers working for these firms to the credit-rating agencies. All these people! Would a despotic dictatorship have been more efficient in silencing them and producing the perverse incentives for them all to keep quiet? The system is so efficient that there's total silence. I mean, the Soviet Union had enough dissidents to fill Gulags." - Ralph Nader on the continuing corporate crime wave in the United States. Notes: Page 13 has a copy of a letter from Direct Media America and page 24 a copy of a letter from Comcast that are not in the index.
Nom de plume
Mr. Glenn Frog
Discusses details of the "electronic message center" electronic sign.
In Best of 2600 book?
Yes, page 768, Section 3 (2000 and Beyond: A Changing Landscape), Chapter 18 (Toys of the 21st Century)