A National Conference on Corporate Accountability

Presented by Ralph Nader and
The Center for Study of Responsive Law

June 8, 9 and 10, 2007

Washington, DC 20005

Videos of the conference are available online now.

Videos linked from the agenda page.

Corporations were originally chartered by the states in the early nineteenth century to be our servants not our masters. Now the servant has become master.

From June 8-10, hundreds of leading scholars, advocates and activists convened in Washington, D.C. to discuss how to subordinate raw corporate power to the will of the people. "Taming the Giant Corporation: A National Conference on Corporate Accountability," sponsored by Ralph Nader and the Center for Study of Responsive Law, was held in Washington, D.C.

Conference speakers included U.S. Representative Dennis Kucinich (D-OH), Democracy Now!'s Amy Goodman, Mark Green of Air America, Thea Lee of the AFL-CIO and many more.

"Taming the Corporation" aimed to go beyond exposť to galvanize discussion, insight and strategic thinking about how to subordinate corporate power to the will and interests of the people.

Press Coverage of the Conference:

An opinions piece written by Alec Dubro, a senior editor at Tompaine.com:

Ari Berman of The Nation captures the opening of the conference:

View Amy Goodman's Interview of Ralph Nader on C-SPAN's Saturday night American Perspectives at 8 p.m. June 16, 2007. Or find further coverage at:

An article by Zach Marks of Campusprogress.Org

AlterNet picked up the text of Russell Mokhiber's address to the conference:

Olivia Zaleski blogs on the conference at Huffingtonpost.com: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/olivia-zaleski/make-corporate-love-not-_b_53013.html