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When the terrorists struck the twin towers, they struck the symbolic heart of global capitalism. This hour, one of the country's top business scholars, Rosabeth Moss Kanter of Harvard Law School, explores rising social expectations and risks for big business in the post 9-11 world. For example, during the anthrax scare, Secretary of Health and Human Services Tommy Thompson threatened to break Bayer's patent on cipro to ensure a more plentiful supply of cheap drugs. This hour, the new roles and responsibilities of rich nations and their multinational companies.

Guests:

Rosabeth Moss Kanter, Professor at the Harvard Business School

This program aired on January 2, 2002.

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