What would you say if I poured gasoline on my dog, my cat, my wife – and then lit it? There is hardly any doubt about the answer. But when it comes to profits and "business," what we all see as immoral, moral. I assume that the shareholders and employees of Dow Chemicals would immediately call the police if they saw me firing on others – animals or people. But what else is Dow doing, and why can't an owner of Dow shares accuse him of making money for raising children? asks Jan Myrdal in this article. And he himself answers.
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