The Corporation and the Church: Institutional Conflict and Social Responsibility

by S. Sethi

Fall 1972

Volume 15
Issue 1

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Focuses on the involvement of the church in social reforms, affecting all types of business organizations and engaging most levels of the church hierarchy and its constituent units during the 1960 in the U.S. Sources of business-church conflict; Weaknesses and strengths of leadership independence together with an impersonal bureaucracy for the system; Tactics adopted by various elements in confronting business corporations.

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