This is another recording of Adolf Berle — from the very fine online digital collections at UC Santa Barbara — talking about the need to regulate corporate power. At one point, he argues that nobody wants to go back to the Dickensian conditions described in books like Bleak House and also casts aspersions on the work of Milton Friedman. Berle also warns of the influence of fascism. He would surely be surprised at conditions in the second decade of the twenty-first century.
This is a link to the Berle Center at the Seattle University Law School: