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Photograph 9 (page 27) in book, This Was Corporate America. This photograph was made by Chauncey Hare to protest and warn against the growing domination of working people by multi-national corporations and their elite owners and managers. Left to Right: Orville England, Regan Louie, Connie Hatch, and Chauncey Hare, Richmond, California.